ADNAN: PENDAPATAN PEMANDU TEKSI PAHANG KURANG 30% AKIBAT UBER, GRAB

Menteri Besar Pahang bagaimanapun berkata, kerajaan persekutuan menerusi SPAD akan membantu pemandu teksi melalui Program Transformasi Industri Teksi.

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