Keeping taxis in line


By JO TIMBUONG bytz@thestar.com.my

ASKING any Malaysian about his or her experiences with taxis usually means a long conversation, most times complete with gestures of upturned hands, head shaking and face palming. Sometimes, just the one, other times, all three.

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