Of the 13,176 car accidents recorded in Switzerland in 2016, it’s thought around 90 percent were caused by the driver.
Theresa May is no fan of the Northern Powerhouse initiative which was launched in 2015 by chancellor-turned-newspaper-editor George Osborne.
UK consumer spending fell for the third month in a row in July, the longest-running slump since February 2013, according to research from credit card giant Visa and financial services company IHS Markit.
The first phase of the long-delayed high-speed rail between Bangkok and southern China has finally been approved by Thailand’s military government.
Since the right-leaning Mauricio Macri gained the presidency in 2015, he’s been trying to integrate Argentina back into the international community.
Can a direct freight train between China and London deliver stronger trade relations between the two countries?
Uber, the minicab app valued at a staggering $66bn, will halt all its services in Taiwan, the east Asian island with a population of over 23m from next week.
After a couple of false starts (and then a few more) could transport tech finally be about to transform cities around the world into futuristic wonderlands?
Last week at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos thirteen company bosses thrashed out the details of a new green power initiative.