Police investigate airport taxi contracts on suspicion of graft

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Police are investigating contracts between taxi company Főtaxi and Liszt Ferenc International Airport operator Budapest Airport on suspicion of graft, daily Népszabadság said on Monday. Budapest's chief prosecutor confirmed what the paper learnt from other sources. Főtaxi won a tender to become Budapest Airport's only taxi service provider late in 2010.

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