DB learns to live with competition

INTRO: On June 1 German Railway’s subsidiary businesses were given the status of legally independent companies. This took Germany’s railway reform programme one step closer to privatisation, but the national railway is already facing competition for freight and regional passenger traffic. Ralf Roman Rossberg looks at the line-up of ...

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