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I have to find out was sort of specific impact on the economics of Germany and China has automobile accidents had. And the number of individuals killed and injured, property damage, etc. How does the United Nations see the outcome of the automobile accdients on the world?

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Here is a good article about traffic accidents and deaths in China. Per passenger-mile, the statistics are much worse that the USA.
http://english.people.com.cn/200306/24/eng20030624_118808.shtml

A Google search should result in similar websites wth infrmation about Germany. The lack of a speed limit on the Autobahns, which is now under review, is not a mojor cause of traffic death or injury there, statisticaly speaking.


Although the effect upon a large number of people is huge and tragic, it remains such a small fraction of the population of China that effect upon the Chinese economy is negligible.

The United Nations does not concern itself wth traffic injuries amd deaths. It is something that each country should be able to take care of by itself, and is only an issue in countries that are rich enough to deal with it themselves. It is also not a human rights issue.

Here is another interesting recent news report on the speed limit in Germany:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/europe/article1505520.ece

I'd like to change my remark about the UN not being concerned. The World health Organization is a part of the UN, and its concern is mentioned in this article:
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