In 1988, Swedish State Railways (SJ) was divided into a utility responsible for provision of train services on commercial terms, and a national authority (Banverket) responsible for the state-owned rail infrastructure. In late 2009, the Swedish government confirmed plans to separate the maintenance arm Banverket Production as a separate company, ...

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