Slovene Railways to Leave a Zero Net in 2000
Ljubljana, 20 April - GOVERNMENT/SLOVENE/RAILWAYS
The outgoing government at its Thursday's session discussed the Slovene Railways' business plan, according to which the company is to leave a zero net in 2000. The chief goal of the Slovene railways is to increase the quality of services, to lower operational costs and increase the turnover. The company's incomes are expected to total SIT 58.9 billion (over 290 million euros) in 2000, while SIT 26.8 billion are foreseen for financing public services from the budget.
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