EIM justifies the break-out

WHEN A GROUP of European infrastructure companies decided in December 2001 to leave the Community of European Railways and establish a separate lobbying group known as the Association of European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM), the move was seen in many quarters as a serious rift among Europe’s national railways. Taking ...

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