Friday, June 5, 2015

Top Management of Dutch Railways Knew About Spying Concerning Competitor

The Dutch authority which supervises monopolies, ACM, has written an extremely negative report about the Dutch railways.  It says that the top management of the state-owned Dutch railways, NS, has broken the law by spying on a competitor in a bid to obtain the concession for bus and train services in the province of Limburg. It concerns a project worth 2 billion euro, which is to take place from 2016-2031. The president of NS has admitted that the law has been broken.

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