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First corporate 'Supporters of the Decade of Action for Road Safety' unveiled

20 May 2011

Four companies have been announced as the first corporate 'Supporters of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020', the UN-led initiative to save five million lives on the world's roads by 2020.

During the Challenge Bibendum Allianz, Bosch, Michelin and Renault were recognised  for their philanthropic support to global road safety as the first companies to qualify, through their financial donations of at least US$150,000 per year to the Decade of Action, as official 'Supporters of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020'.
 

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