Sharon backs IR ’new deal’

ISRAEL is planning to invest US$4bn in rail over the next five years, according to Transport Minister Dr Efrayim Sne. He announced in mid-March that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon had approved in principle the 2002-06 plan which will be funded by a mix of public and private investment. A seven-year ...

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