Slovene Railways Suffer Losses with Passenger Trains, Railways Director Says
Ljubljana, 5 October - The Slovene Railways posted losses of SIT 1.4 billion (6.4 million euros) in the first seven months of 2001, over a billion (4.5 million euros) of which was recorded with passenger trains. The railways anticipate a shortage of SIT 2 billion (9 million euros) from passenger transport by the end of the year, while positive results from goods transport are to reduce the loss by one billion. "It will be a success if we achieve that," Director General of the Slovene Railways Igor Zajec said in an interview for the Slovene daily Delo on Friday.
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