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  • Diageo fights drink driving in India
  • Diageo fights drink driving in India
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Diageo fights drink driving in India

According to the World Health Organisation, over 1.24 million people die in road accidents every year, and in 2012, almost 140,000 of them died in India. In September 2014, Diageo launched a ‘Road to Safety’ programme in collaboration with the government.

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