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Serbian Railways could become holding company as of December

07. January 2011. | 06:15

Source: Tanjug

Serbian Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjic expressed expectation on Thursday that the government will adopt the new founding act for the Serbian Railways by March, whereby this public enterprise would become a holding company.

Serbian Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjic expressed expectation on Thursday that the government will adopt the new founding act for the Serbian Railways by March, whereby this public enterprise would become a holding company.

According to Mrkonjic, as of December 2011 the Serbian Railways could start operating as a holding company consisting of four business entities, including infrastructure management, passenger transport, transport of goods and property management.

“The new organizational structure will lead to a complete separation of infrastructure and transport, as in keeping with the European Union directive. All papers the government needs to adopt it (the new founding act) have been prepared,” Mrkonjic pointed out.

He noted that one of the follow-up activities would refer to the opening of the Serbian railway market for both local and foreign transport companies, and added that in the first stage of the process the Railways Serbia will get local competition, which will turn into regional in the second phase.

The third stage will require Serbia to open its railway market for the EU companies, so that the country could have EU operators on its railroads and be able to send local operators to the EU, Mrkonjic said, as quoted in a release by the Ministry of Infrastructure.

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