Freight reform tops the agenda

INTRO: With passenger traffic growing steadily, long-term profitability at SNCF will depend on the restructuring of its freight business which reaches a crucial stage in 2005. Robert Preston spoke to SNCF Executive Vice-President Guillaume Pepy in ParisFRENCHNATIONALRailways Executive Vice-President Guillaume Pepy expects to be able to report ’a substantial profit’ ...

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