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New Siem Reap taxi firm

New Siem Reap taxi firm

SIEM RIEP – An unlicensed Korean metered taxi firm, KJC Green Gas Company, has begun operations in Siem Reap, becoming the second of its kind to do so in the city. According to KJC Green phone operator Hem Phally, the company has operated four liquefied natural gas-powered cars in Siem Reap since January 10. Hem Phally said the director of KJC Green was unreachable but would arrive in the coming days. Um Saravuth, head of the transportation office of the Siem Reap province Department of Public Works and Transportation, said he had heard someone from the company contacted department officials for permission to run the business, but was yet to receive an application for the operation.

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