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Thursday 15 June 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Fee hike brings job losses
Polynesian Rental Cars and Bikes general manager Arthur Pickering shows the fl eet of new motorbikes parked idly at their yard. 17060807

At least one rental company in Rarotonga has started laying off staff due to the repercussions to its business from the hike in the motorbike license fees which came into effect in October last year.

At least one rental company in Rarotonga has started laying off staff due to the repercussions to its business from the hike in the motorbike license fees which came into effect in October last year.


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