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Duty Free Shops to Appear in Several Russian Trains
23.09.2013 14:39
Duty Free Shops to Appear in Several Russian Trains

Duty free shops of the kind that run at the Finnish border area will be shortly opened at the Finland Station in St. Petersburg.

      They are planned to be located in the terminal where international rail runs start from.

      According to Dmitry Pegov, the director general of high-speed service Russian Railways board, the project is presently at the finishing stage and somewhere in a month the Russian Railways JSC will be ready to put it into practice permanently.

      Besides, the vice-president of the Russian Railways JSC Mikhail Akulov has informed journalists that arrangement of similar duty free points in the Moscow-Kiev train is under way now.


      



      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Railways Duty Free Finland Ukraine  

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