STRASBOURG, France, Sept 28 (Reuters) - EU lawmakers on Wednesday demanded far-reaching liberalisation of Europe's railways and increased rights for rail passengers, including compulsory compensation for trains that arrive late. Members of the European Parliament voted to open up competition for cross-border rail services by 2008, two years earlier than the European Commission wants, and went another step further by saying that monopolies for domestic rail journeys should cease in 2012. ...
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