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Workshop to Discuss Optimizing Poverty Reduction and Integrated Area Wide Road Networks Planning in the PRC - ADB.org
As a result, the poor view roads as the key infrastructure needed to accelerate socioeconomic development, improve quality of life, create jobs, bring in stable income, and provide access to social services. says Kim Jraiw, an ADB Senior Transport Specialist and the team leader for the TA.
"In view of the tremendous growth expected and current requirements, the TA
will help the Government prepare a road network strategy that promote the integration of expressways and local roads to meet communities' needs, support economic growth, and enhance system efficiency," says Kim Jraiw
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Times of Oman
"Pockets of high poverty and minority groups are concentrated in the western part of Guangxi, the main project area," says Kim Jraiw, an ADB transport specialist.
PRC Road Accidents Taking Heavy Human and Economic Toll
"Road accidents represent a human tragedy that give rise to health, environmental and social problems, and have significant impacts on national economic growth strategies," says Kim Jraiw, an ADB Senior Transport Specialist.
It will complement programs of the Government and ADB
in strategically focused areas, and enhance the capacity of road and traffic agencies," Mr. Jraiw
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Economy is roadkill on China's deadly roads: ADB - Yahoo! Australia & NZ News
"Road accidents represent a human tragedy that give rise to health, environmental and social problems, and have significant impacts on national economic growth strategies," said Kim Jraiw, an ADB transport specialist.
More than 107,000 people were killed in accidents last year, an increase of about 2.9 percent from the figure for each of the previous two years, according to Chinese government statistics.
This should "help reduce the severity, frequency, and cost of road accidents to the community," Jraiw