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Reader feedback: Connect the capitals

Re: Great expectations?, Volume 11, Number 12, March 28 - April 3, 2005

The best thing the US chambers of commerce can do is to cooperate and coordinate a joint lobby to get better infrastructure connecting Vienna and Bratislava.

The airports, train stations and road networks should be better connected so that the greater metropolitan area of the two cities has much more to offer investors, commuters, tourists, and the general public.

Vienna and Bratislava should already be the main business centre for the Czech, Hungarian, Austrian and Slovak markets. It hasn't lived up to its potential.

BB,
Munich, Germany

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