Conference: Slovenia Shouldn't Follow British Railways Privatisation Model
Ljubljana, 16 September - It is dreadful that the problems that came up in Great Britain in the wake of the railway privatisation there, are now threatening to take hold in other countries. "The service has deteriorated significantly, prices are going up, while the costs to the state are greater than they would be if the railways were in state-ownership," the head of the Slovenian union of engine drivers summed up the conclusions of the first day of a two-day conference on the development of European railways.
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