Railway Reform in China.

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Wu, J. H.; Nash, C.;
(1998)
  • Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds

The purpose of this working paper is to consider the current situation of Chinese Railways, the progress of reforms to date, and possible future developments. The first section describes the current problems of Chinese Railways, as a vast organisation subject to strong ... View more
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    4.1 WHATCAN WE LEARNPROM INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY REFORM?...................................................................13 4.2 OP~IONFSOR C K S REFORM........................................................................................................................ 14 4.2.1 DOES OWNWSHIMPAT~ERT?HEOWNWSHIP OPTIONSFOR CR'S REFORM ............................................ 14 4.2.2WHAT'STHE ROLEOF COMPETITION IN CR'S FUTUREREFORM? ...............................................................14 4.2.3SHOULDCHWESERAILWAYS BE SPLITUP? ...................................................................................................15 (iii) Vertical separation.............................................................................................................................I..6 4.2.4REGULATORY REGIME.THE RELATIONSHIPBETWEENGO- AND RAILWAY ................................... 17 INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE RAILWAYS (CR) ZHAO, H.P., WU,J.H., ZEW, J.H. and WU, W.P. (1997) " The Present Status and Future Prospects of Rail Passenger Transport in China", Presented to the Fif& International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Leeds, UK.

    Main source: Adapted from John Kay, Colin Mayer and David Thompon, 1986 (Ed), Privatisation and Regulation--the UK Experience.

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