Croatia admits need for additional investments in railways.

By bne IntelliNews October 26, 2011
After protests, staged by workers of state railway operator HZ, the government admitted the need for further investments in the company, but reminded that it has poured HRK 3bn this year, HINA news agency reported, quoting transport minister Bozidar Kalmeta. Some HRK 1bn was spent for infarstructure and another HRK 300mn - on rolling stock.

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