Change in the wind

UNDER the tutelage of its ousted Chief Executive Etienne Schouppe, Belgian National Railways remained largely unscathed by the European Commission’s directives aimed at introducing intra-modal competition. Separation of infrastructure and operations was nominal at best, but there are signs that Karel Vinck, appointed as Managing Director last year (RG 8.02 ...

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