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The International Center for Alcohol Policies (ICAP) has released a set of reports looking at the issue of drink-driving in four emerging markets.

The US-based think tank said yesterday (10 April) that the reports, which are available free of charge, consider drink-driving in China, Colombia, Nigeria and Vietnam. The series is associated with ICAP's 'Global Actions on Harmful Drinking' set of initiatives.

“Understanding the unique circumstances in each of the countries increases the relevancy and sustainability of each of the projects, as well as the value to partners and communities,” said ICAP's VP, Brett Bivans. “This compilation of road safety data … is a valuable asset in addressing alcohol-related road safety concerns.”

Among the sponsor companies for the 'Global Actions on Harmful Drinking' initiatives are Anheuser-Busch InBev, Diageo, Pernod Ricard and SABMiller.

To access the papers, click here.


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