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Compulsory Spending On The High Speed Rail

Compulsory Spending On The High Speed Rail

A resident of Nanjing city has complained to the press, saying that when he recently rode the high speed rail the lunch cart enforced “compulsory spending.” Since he sat in the lunch cart he was required to buy at least 88 RMB worth of tea. One passenger said if they had known this earlier they would have bought a first class ticket, because the second class ticket plus the compulsory spending equals the price of a first class ticket. One netizen said this is practically robbery, but even robbers aren’t this disingenuous.

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