DHAKA, July 25 (Reuters) - The tuktuk, the popular three-wheeled vehicle widely used in Thailand, made their debut on the crowded streets of Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Thursday as a replacement for baby taxis blamed for polluting the city. International Project Support Services System Limited (IPSSL), a Bangladeshi company imported the Thai vehicle, which runs on compressed natural gas (CNG), after Bangladesh decided to ban the baby taxis run by petrol. "The vehicle is completely ...
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