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European perspective on investing in the railway market

Friday, August 08, 2008
The recent spike in energy prices, legislation that enforces road tolls and ecological policies are all supportive of the impetus already in place.

A SQUARE :: 08Aug08 European perspective on investing in the railway market
Category Railway
Author Sona Blessing
This is a very complex, fragmented market that follows distinct country specifications and one that is driven by and sensitive to technological advancements.
Investments in the assets themselves - railway carriages, tracks etc. are being undertaken by financial institutions ... comparable with the historic development path followed by the aviation and shipping industry.
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