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ANZAC push for global safety standards
ANCAP, Mercedes-Benz address FIA conference to push for standardised safety
11 Aug 2017
By TIM ROBSON
- The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) and Mercedes-Benz Asia/Pacific (MBAP) pushed for developing countries to fight for safer cars at a Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) conference held in Queenstown, New Zealand, last week.
- Thirteen members of the FIA’s 264-strong motoring club member list converged on the south island to discuss matters around road and vehicle safety, with MBAP senior manager of public relations, product and corporate communications David McCarthy and ANCAP chief executive officer James Goodwin presenting to the delegation.
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