NYC Comptroller Issues 2nd Rejection Of Nissan Taxi Deal

Law360, New York (September 5, 2013, 3:26 PM EDT) -- New York City's comptroller for the second time has rejected an exclusive contract that will allow Nissan Motor Co. to provide taxi cabs for the city, telling Mayor Michael Bloomberg in a letter issued Tuesday that he's unhappy with the proposed vehicle's lack of wheelchair access.

City Comptroller John C. Liu told Bloomberg that his opposition to the 10-year contract that would make the Nissan NV200 the official taxi cab of the city hasn't changed since he first rejected the contract in December, this because the...
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