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Bamboo Ceiling Is Holding Down Asia-Pacific

Monday, January 27, 2014

The business community in Asia-Pacific has many reasons to ratchet up its low numbers of women on corporate boards. Candidates are out there and available to fill the pipeline and the posts. They just need training, mentoring, networking and sponsors to become more visible.

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