Friday, 24 January 2014

Economist: tackle this 'avoidable epidemic'

Leader column in this week's Economist magazine argues that 'safe roads make better economic sense than dangerous ones. Most crash victims are boys and working-age men. Their death or maiming leaves families destitute and deprives countries of their most economically valuable citizens.' The Economist also publishes an article highlighting the impact of road crashes in middle and low income countries.

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