Shenzhen to Raise Fuel Surcharge for Red Taxis

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Apr. 26 – Effective from April 23, 2011, the fuel surcharge for red Shenzhen taxis was raised from RMB2 to RMB3 per ride, making Shenzhen the city with the most expensive fuel surcharge in the country. The relevant notice was jointly released by the Price Control Administration and the Transport Bureau of Shenzhen Municipal. Previously, Shenzhen was also the first city in the country to raise the fuel surcharge from RMB1 to RMB2.

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