Rail “Duopoly” Under Fire

Canada’s rail “duopoly” is under fire by billion-dollar commercial customers, including one mining executive who likened dealings with railways to a hostage taking. But the chief of CN dismissed complaints of “the big, bad railroad,” saying industry should consider itself “lucky” to have rail service.

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