Eurostar revenue up 12% in 2010

February 2012
Modern Railways;Feb2012, Vol. 69 Issue 761, p8
The article reports on the increase in the sales revenue of Eurostar in 2010 as a result of growth in the overall number of high-speed rail passengers and continued recovery of the Shuttle business market.


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