Private operators start to compete in the Polish freight market

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Poland was the largest of the countries to join the European Union on May 1, and the possibility of the huge rail freight business being privatised attracted much interest. Privatisation is off the agenda for the moment, but Marek Rabsztyn and Jan Raczynski find that more than 20 new operators ...

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