Japan’s Central Bank Is Investing in Firms That Empower Women

In the latest attempt by Japanese state bodies to change the way the country’s companies behave, the Bank of Japan has decided to put money in an index of firms selected because of the way they treat women. The BOJ has added the MSCI Japan Empowering …
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