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Friday 30 Jun 2017

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Power of EU cooperation

75% of inland waterway transport is international. Rivers and waterways cross European cities, industrial centres and borders. That's why, together with our partners in inland waterway transport and other transport modes, we work on inland waterway projects, greening transport, digitalisation and innovative infrastructure across Europe.

 

 

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