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In Brief: Taxi Drivers protest motobike tax hike

In Brief: Taxi Drivers protest motobike tax hike

About 200 people whose motorbikes were confiscated by police protested at Svay Rieng town’s police station Sunday. Police confiscated the bikes of owners who did not pay tax when the bike was bought. Bike owner Chheang Ray said: “We want our motorcycles back because we need it to make our living as taxi drivers.” Traffic police chief Sao Sokun said, “Now we are waiting for the governor’s decision, and then we will give them back.”

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