Freight customers demand open access with fair competition

INTRO: From March 15 the 50000 km Trans-European Rail Freight Network is theoretically open to any qualified train operator, whether publicly or privately owned. Richard Hope asked four major rail users who desperately want a competitive market what further changes are needed to achieve itTHIS MONTH sees a major step ...

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