The Municipal Court of Budapest on Tuesday postponed a case between state-owned railway company MÁV and the Hungarian unit of Canada's Bombardier until April.
Tuesday was the first day of hearings in the case in which the two parties are disputing interpretations of a maintenance contract.
MÁV, the plaintiff in the case, argues that Bombardier Transportation MÁV Hungary must undertake maintenance work on its trains from the time they get an operating licence.
The Bombardier unit says the three-year maintenance contract starts when the trains undergo their first test run with passengers. (MTI Econews)