Cuba Says “Si” to More Private Taxis

HAVANA TIMES, January 12 — The Cuban government approved the renewal of registrations to grant permits to private taxi drivers in urban and rural areas — they had been suspended since 1999 —, reported IPS on Monday. Transport was one of the sectors most affected by the economic crisis that began in the early 1990s and which has forced the authorities to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in its ongoing recovery.

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  • Do they have a meter? Are they safe? I am concern on this matter. can you tell more about this.


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