Hungarys railway operator MAV eyes capacity of former cargo unit report.

By bne IntelliNews January 31, 2013
Hungary's state-owned railway operator MAV is considering a possibility to get back some of the freight capacity of its former unit Rail Cargo Hungaria, MTI news agency reported, citing local daily Magyar Nemzet. The national development ministry has already held talks with the company on this issue, Magyar Nemzet informed citing unnamed sources. Austrian railway company OBB bought Rail Cargo Hungaria in December 2008.

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