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FREIGHT TRANSPORT WILL GROW 7,9% ANNUALLY UNTIL 2012

RBT editia nr. 24/Octombrie 2008 Articol adaugata la, 10 Octombrie 2008 ( RBT )
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Business Monitor International predicts average annual growth in freight carried across all modes in Romania, measured in millions t- km, of 7,9% in 2008-2012, ahead of GDP growth of 5% per annum.

Road haulage will surge ahead by an annual average of 9.5%. Inland waterway traffic will rise by an annual average of 6.0% as bottlenecks are removed from the Danube. Maritime freight will grow by an annual average of 7.0%. Airfreight will see growth of an annual average of 12.0%, boosted by the spread of low-cost airlines across Europe. Rail freight will grow at a satisfactory rate in the country, with traffic rising by an average of 4.0% every year. As competition begins to increase and investments take effect, rail freight traffic should pick up.

 

The total value of transport and communications GDP will rise to 33,5 billion US Dollars in nominal terms by 2012, representing 11,2% of Romania’s GDP.



Articole RBT - English review - Nr. 24/Octombrie 2008
 
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