Frozen fortune

LAST MONTH we reported on problems affecting Russian Railways’ Trans-Siberian main line and proposals to rejuvenate its role as a landbridge. At the 7th conference of the Co-Ordinating Council on Trans Siberian Transport in Bremen, concern was expressed about the drastic fall in container traffic from 120000 units a year ...

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