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Expertise on Russian Rail Leasing

Wednesday, August 20, 2008
"Based on our calculations investments in freight railcars alone, will account for more than US50 bn at current prices. ".

A SQUARE :: 20Aug08 Expertise on Russian Rail Leasing
Category Railway
Faculty Dmitry Bovykin
Expertise Railway
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
"...increasing profitability as a result of continued growth in transportation demand coupled with the need for renewal of the existing Russian freight railcar fleet. In turn, the Russian rolling stock leasing market has grown significantly during the last year backed by the increase in the railcar prices and daily rental rates."
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