ECJ rules on rail infrastructure cases

Court says that Spain and Hungary did break the rules, but Austria and Germany did not.

The European Court of Justice has ruled that Hungary and Spain have not ensured there is enough separation between rail operators and rail infrastructure managers. The Court upheld a European Commission decision to take action against the rwo countries, but rejected similar infringement proceedings against Austria and Germany.

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