March 2011
Railway Gazette International;Mar2011, Vol. 167 Issue 3, p64
Trade Publication
This section offers international news briefs on various personages as of March 2011. Liu Zhijun, the Chinese Minister of Railways and Secretary of the Communist Party, has been removed from his post and is under investigation for alleged violations of discipline, according to the news agency, "Xinhua." Maria Kubitschek has become Austria's Head of Cabinet for its Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation & Technology. Jérôme Gallot has been appointed the Chairman and chief executive officer of Veolia Transdev.


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