The Baltic states' role as a gateway for trade between Russia and the EU inevitably means that cargo transportation plays a significant role in each of the country's economies. A key element of this is an extensive railway system which acts as a relatively cheap and fast way to convey goods coming in by both land and sea. In this week's industry insider, The Baltic Times looks at some of the upcoming changes that Baltic railways will experience in coming years, including the creation of Rail Baltica 's a massive rail system stretching from Poland to Estonia 's and a check-up on the recently...
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