NETWORK Rail said it had continued to make steady progress in reducing its costs when it announced increased profits. The infrastructure firm published its full-year results for 21/11, cut the costs of running the railway by £4m in the past year and by £6m since 29. Revenue increased £44m from £5,668m to £5,712m.
Rail company's profits on track
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