Péter Bucsky is PhD Candidate at the Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, University of Pécs. He has extensive experience across multiple fields of transport policy including infrastructure development, public transport and railway freight. He is also an experienced commentator for major Hungarian business newspapers. Péter specializes in rail freight transport in the Eurasian economies, particularly European Union rail freight market development, the impacts of rail freight market liberalization, the development of the Iron Silk Road, and rail market developments in Central Asia.
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