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Taxis end strike at Chiang Mai airport

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CHIANG MAI - Metered taxi operators will resume services at Chiang Mai airport on Tuesday after a 12-day strike over a plan to hike monthly parking fees by 26 per cent. 

Parking lots for metered taxis at Chiang Mai airport are empty, but drivers will return to work on Tuesday, after a 12-day strike in protest over fees for drivers operating out of the terminal - the busiest in the north of the country. (File photo by Cheewin Sattha)

Drivers agreed to return to work after Jed Yod Co, which holds the concession for providing taxi services out of the airport, agreed to scrap its plan to increase fees for cabbies in talks on Monday with members of the Nakhon Lanna Cooperative, which represents 120 metered taxis. 

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