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Egan, Mary Ellen; Schoenberger, Chana R.; Macmillan, Kate; Serafin, Tatiana; Schmall, Emily; Fass, Allison; Stewart, Emily; Coster, Helen; Brown, Heidi; Pendleton, Devon; Bahree, Megha; Moukheiber, Zina; Mintz, Anne P.; Von Zeppelin, Cristina; Karmali, Naazneen; Ho, Soyoung; Kroll, Luisa; Minami, Kiyoe; Raghavan, Anita; Rand, Mitch
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p178
The article offers information on the world's several powerful women, along with their achievements. It states that Ho Ching, chief executive officer of Temasek, has been credited with converting Temasek to a leading investor in Asia, and Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany, has introduced several reforms, including a later retirement age. It mentions that since the appointment of Sri Mulyani Indrawati as finance minister, Indonesia's foreign exchange reserves reached $50 billion.


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