‘Green Lanes’ Will Help EU Fight Coronavirus
Priority Freight Lanes For Essential Goods Welcomed By Industry
Industry has welcomed the European Commission’s introduction of priority freight lanes, or ‘green lanes’, for essential goods to help address the challenges posed by the coronavirus outbreak.
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