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By Country, The Number Of Registered Deaths, By Cause Of Death Due To (a) Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents, And (b) Other Transportation Accidents (2000).
Country Total Number Of Registered Deaths Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents Other Transportation Accidents
Albania
 16,411
 52
21 
Armenia
 24,025
 203
 8
Austria
 76,780
 836
 91
Azerbaijan
 46,701
 390
65 
Belarus
134,867 
1,528 
 366
Bulgaria
115,087 
857 
 175
Costa Rica
 14,944
630 
 66
Croatia
50,246 
 257
460 
Cuba
 76,463
1,542 
 162
Czech Republic
 109,001
595 
 977
Ecuador
56,420 
 1,227
 823
Estonia
18,403 
219 
 33
Finland
49,316 
362 
 139
Georgia
41,285 
172 
63 
Hungary
135,601 
 1,195
 324
Kuwait
4,227 
 363
 19
Latvia
 32,205
 624
 75
Lithuania
 38,919
 680
 89
Luxembourg
 3,709
 62
 21
Mauritius
7,806 
 181
 0
Mexico
437,555 
 8,871
 5,833
Nicaragua
 13,598
 469
 16
Panama
11,867 
 394
 38
Peru
84,393 
1,958 
 31
Poland
 368,028
 5,765
 1,338
Portugal
 105,813
 1,375
75 
Republic Of Korea
 244,874
 11,375
698 
Republic Of Moldova
41,224 
 422
63 
Romania
 255,820
2,128 
 1,499
San Marino
188 
 2
 0
Singapore
 14,715
171 
3
Slovakia
52,724 
 12
837 
The Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia
17,253 
 107
8
Ukraine
 758,082
 5,561
1,636
Uruguay
 30,450
346 
 17
Venezuela
 105,948
4,206 
1,025 

Note: Rows do not sum to the listed totals because not all causes of registered deaths are listed on this table.

To calculate the percent of registered deaths in a country that were due to a particular cause, divide the number of registered deaths in a country due to a certain cause by the total number of registered deaths in the country and multiply the result by 100. Example: Calculate the percent of registered deaths in Poland due to motor vehicle traffic accidents. This calculation would be 5,765/368,028=.016 and .016x100=1.6%

Source: World Health Organization, WHO Mortality Database, 2003.

 

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