* Govt champions benefits of gradual deregulation * Critics say plan will overload railways further * State railway calls for infrastructure boost first STOCKHOLM, March 26 (Reuters) - Sweden plans to open up its railways to full competition in 2010, the country's infrastructure minister said on Thursday, as the centre-right government pushes ahead with market-oriented reform. Infrastructure Minister Asa Torstensson said the deregulation of Sweden's railways could bring passengers ...
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