The Women Who Matter

September 2011
Forbes Asia;Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p75
The article lists the most powerful women in the world that includes Chancellor Angela Merkel, Secretary of the States, U.S. Hillary Rodham Clinton, and President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff.


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