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Good advice for taxis

Land Public Transport Commission's CEO Mohd Azharuddin Mat Sah has some good advice for taxi companies who are complaining about competition from Uber:

“Change is never easy. This is a global issue. Every taxi company in the world is not happy about it. New York’s taxis are considered the best, but they are feeling the heat too since Uber’s debut. My advice to them is stop complaining, evolve and change your business model. The world is changing and you have to find ways to attract your drivers to stay on and continue to be part of the system."

He goes on to say:

“No one is stopping you from being creative and innovative... You are running a business, so stop complaining and start innovating."

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