FULL THROTTLE TOWARD A NEW ERA To put some steel into 1992, the Europeans are building a network of tunnels, bridges, and high-speed railways. The train under the Channel will take less than 20 minutes

Tully, Shawn; Teitelbaum, Richard S.
November 1989
Fortune;11/20/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p131
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