Hong Kong lawmaker proposes regulatory system for taxi trade in bid to sink plan for franchised services

Yick said the government’s proposal to put an additional 600 franchised taxis from three operators on Hong Kong roads would create unfair competition and put cabbies’ livelihood at risk. Representatives from the taxi industry and the pro-establishment …
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