MADRID, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Spanish freight users say a sharp rise in rail transport costs and the cancellation of many services will drive hundreds of thousands of tonnes of goods onto the country's roads. Spain's transport policy theoretically backs railways with hefty investments in high speed passenger links between cities. The government is also under pressure to curb rising carbon dioxide emissions from cars if it is to meet its Kyoto Protocol goals as part of international efforts ...
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