TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS | Staff Reporter, Singapore

600 premium taxis could roam Hong Kong streets in 18 months

But the city's cabbies are against this.

According to a report from South China Morning Post, the opposition to a government plan to introduce premium taxi services to Hong Kong continued to heat up on Monday after two industry bodies proposed rolling out 600 cars with more luxurious interiors and better service.

The latest proposal comes just days after another industry group offered to clamp down on unscrupulous drivers by implementing a new regulatory framework in a bid to stifle potential premium competitors, which they fear would eat away at their incomes.

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