Solution for rail freight dispute

Johnstone, Chris
June 2002
Prague Business Journal;6/3/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 22, p11
Academic Journal
Focuses on a two-terminal solution to end the Czech-Polish dispute over the international rail link between Western Europe and Asia. Development of international cargo terminals by the Polish minister; Factors considered in the selection of site for the terminals.


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