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The Irish Competition Authority submits that proposed new taxi regulations could create barriers to entry, increasing prices and waiting times for taxi users

New taxi regulations could increase prices and waiting times for consumers – Competition Authority* In a submission to the National Transport Authority (NTA), the Competition Authority warned that proposed new taxi regulations could create a barrier to entry that will increase prices and waiting times for taxi users. Last week the NTA launched a public consultation on draft regulations that consolidate and replace over 50 years of legislation relating to the taxi industry, in addition to introducing some new

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Irish Competition Authority, The Irish Competition Authority submits that proposed new taxi regulations could create barriers to entry, increasing prices and waiting times for taxi users, 3 February 2014, e-Competitions February 2014, Art. N° 63326

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