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In Brief: Royal Group limousines

In Brief: Royal Group limousines

ROYAL Group will today sign an exclusive agreement with the government to supply chauffeured limousines to dignitaries and visiting officials, it said Sunday. In a press statement, the company said the exclusive contract would be 15 years long, allowing for up to 100 vehicles. When not used by the government, the fleet would be used in the luxury travel industry, Royal Group business finance manager Jacob Montross said in the statement. The company is also due to be issued a licence to run metered taxis, which would make it the second company to do so after Global Taxi.

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