Unfinished reforms frustrate Central and Eastern Europe operators

GOVERNMENT representatives from EU member states in Central and Eastern Europe were thin on the ground at Terrapinn's CEE Rail 2007 conference in Budapest on October 15-18. This was a pity, as several speakers drew attention to the collective failure of CEE governments to put the finances of their national ...

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