Turning traditional taxi drivers into tourist guides

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Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Abdul Aziz has come up with a proposal for traditional taxi drivers - turn them into tourist guides after going through a designated course.

This is part of his efforts to help these drivers survive the tough competition following the emergence of e-hailing service.

Nazri, who was once the entrepreneur development minister overseeing commercial vehicle licensing matters, described the traditional taxi drivers as his adoptive children and employees...

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