Dürr leaves Ludewig a tough legacy

INTRO: Next month Heinz Dürr passes the reins of German Railway to Johannes Ludewig, an economist who is close to Chancellor Kohl. Inheriting a 40000 km railway halfway through an ambitious programme of reforms, Ludewig must tackle numerous unfinished tasksHEINZ DÜRR may be leaving his post as Chairman of ...

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