Railways slow to react to airline threat

OBSERVERS of long-distance international passenger travel by train across Europe may well have concluded that the future outlook is pretty bleak. Their pessimism was confirmed at the EuroRail 2005 conference on January 26-27 in Berlin, where a panel discussion found that such services were likely to survive only in ...

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