July 14, 2014

Abe's 'Womenomics': A Pipe Dream in Sexist Japan?

Richard Smart, Time

The Associated Press

As the Japanese Prime Minister's government pushes economic reform, it faces a major challenge: uprooting a male-centric business culture.

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