Can Asia have more cars?

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Chandran Nair was born in Malaysia. He studied biochemistry in London after which he was involved in the anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa. In 1991 he took over a small environmental consultancy company, which expanded greatly under his leadership. In 2005 he founded the Global Institute For Tomorrow, a think tank which marries economic theory with social engagement.

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The first road fatality in the world

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The first traffic accident has happened more than 115 years ago in United Kingdom. The first human to be victim of a through means of transport provoked accident was a 44-years old woman named Bridget Driscoll. The vehicle that has hit her belonged to an Anglo-French Motor Car Company.Read more