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  • UAE Taxi firms are going high-tech
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UAE Taxi firms are going high-tech

Dubai International Airport was the busiest airport in the world in 2013. With tourist traffic high, transport is a major priority. Joining high-tech civic schemes, Dubai’s local taxi firms are innovating too, in an attempt to keep pace with the needs of tourists and locals alike.

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