KL may lose top tourism spot due to rogue cabbies


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  • Friday, 13 Feb 2015

SEPANG: Rogue taxi drivers are more than just a problem for passengers. They may cause Kuala Lumpur to lose its place as one of the top four best shopping cities in the world, according to Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.

He said they continued to be a major issue with tourists as well as locals. He said their bad attitude could spoil all efforts and money spent on promoting Malaysia as a tourist destination.

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