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The Economist reports on global road deaths

13 February 2014

With a high profile leader article and feature, The Economist reported extensively on road traffic injury, which it acknowledges is an “epidemic raging across the developing world”.

The Economist considers the public health and development impact of road traffic injury, and presents the economic case for investing in road safety measures and prevention.

In a thorough investigation, the publication researched and consulted with some of the principal organisations working on global road safety including the FIA Foundation, International Road Assessment Programme and Johns Hopkins Centre for Global Health.

The deadline for submission of completed applications is Friday, 21st March 2014 at 18:00 hours, Central European Time
 

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