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ComCom takes Wellington taxi firm to court over alleged price-fixing – Stuff.co.nz

The competition watchdog files High Court proceedings against Hutt and City Taxis over alleged price-fixing of Wellington Airport fares.

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The Commerce Commission has alleged that a Wellington taxi company reached a price-fixing agreement over trips from a Wellington Airport taxi rank.
The commission said on Tuesday that it had filed proceedings in the High Court in Wellington against Hutt and City Taxis Ltd.
The competition watchdog alleged that Hutt and City reached a price-fixing agreement with two competing taxi companies in September 2020 over a minimum charge of $25 for pick-ups from the airports on-demand taxi rank.
The commission…

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