Big business wants to ‘compete fair and square’ in transport
Santo Domingo.- National Business Council (CONEP) president Rafael Blanco on Monday said the organization’s members only want to “compete fair and square” in the transport sector and not replace the current system, which he called “demeaning” and “aggressive.”
He said passenger transport needs to be modernized by allowing companies to participate on equal terms
After a meeting with Chamber of Deputies president Lucia Medina and other CONEP executives, the business leader said public transport users “suffer” by having to use an “archaic” means without quality service.
“Nobody wants to replace those who are in the system, we want to compete fair and square,” said Blanco.
Last week the CONEP filed an antitrust suit against the transport associaitons before the Administrative Superior Court, seeking to operate in the country´s varioius passenger and cargo routes.
Oct 31, 2016
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