By Patrick Lannin BRUSSELS, Feb 27 (Reuters) - International travel on EU railways should be thrown open to competition from 2010 and passengers on all international routes should get compensation for delays, the European Commission will propose next week. The proposals, to be officially considered by the EU executive next Wednesday, are part of a key package of new laws for EU railways, whose industry body has expressed unease at the prospect of costly new regulations. The proposals ...
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