Transport Exchange as a Factor in Optimising International Road Freight Traffic
AbstractRegarding characteristics of transportation exchange andthe problems of subjects active in this market, the paper considersthe possibility of qualitative improvement through organisationof business on the exchange principles. Since the level ofbusiness operation in the transportation exchange influencesdirectly the development of the transportation, any improvementin this sense has its positive effects on the functioning ofthe traffic system as a whole.
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