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Ambassadors air grievances in Phuket

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Ambassadors to Thailand from three Western nations have asked the Phuket governor to establish safety and fairness measures for tourists and residents from their countries. 

At a discussion with Phuket governor Maitree Intusut on Tuesday, Ambassadors Mark Kent from Britain, Philip Calvert of Canada and Joan Boer of the Netherlands also proposed Thai authorities deal with complaints regarding fair transportation fares for tourists.

Mr Maitree said the group asked for the authorities to assure fair taxi and tuk-tuk fares by having operators clearly post fares from one place to another.

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