February 2005
Rail Business Intelligence;2/24/2005, Issue 240, p1
Trade Publication
Presents updates concerning issues in the railways industry in Great Britain as of February 2005. Information on a call made by the Freight Transport Association for a gas oil duty in the 2005 budget of the British Department of Treasury; Criticism of the plans of the British Department of Transport for the creation of a single pot for freight grants.


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