The long road to Turkish market opening

Turkish trains.

Retaining ambitions one day to accede to the European Union and playing a potentially significant role in pan-European transit freight, Turkey has for many years been seeking to liberalise its railway market broadly in line with EU policy. Some progress has been made, but much more legislation has still to ...

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