The European Commission has said that the amendments of the fourth railway package adopted today by the European Parliament will limit effective competition in the rail sector.

As Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas, responsible for mobility and transport, said: "This is not the strong signal that European rail needs and expects to increase its attractiveness. While the EP opens the way for reducing technical obstacles, today's plenary vote is yet another demonstration of the tenacity of th...


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