Japan Inc. scrambles to find female executives

Even so, there is a long way to go. Only 20.2% of publicly traded companies in Japan have at least one female board member, according to data compiled by Nikkei and group service QUICK FactSet, placing the country 49th in a ranking of 54. Norway’s …
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