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Wellington taxi company pulled up for ‘cartel conduct’ – RNZ

The Commerce Commission is taking a Wellington taxi company to the High Court for alleged price-fixing.

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The Commerce Commission is taking a Wellington taxi company to the High Court for alleged price-fixing.
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The market watchdog claimed that Hutt & City Taxis Limited breached the Commerce Act in September by reaching an agreement with two competing taxi firms to fix a minimum fare of $25 from Wellington Airport.
“It’s alleged the fare was implemented through the distribution of stickers displaying the minimum charge to be placed on taxi vehicles,” the commission…

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