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22 April 2013 By Olaf Storbeck

Angela Merkel narrowly stifled a mutiny among MPs who wanted to force women quotas on corporate boards. She had to promise a softer reform in return. The fight against quotas is as desperate in Germany as it is in the rest of Europe. Companies should adjust to that reality.

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