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Law and order

15 January 2021 By Aimee Donnellan

The government will soon require the country’s top 70 companies to have at least one woman on their management boards. The long overdue move will force firms to quickly identify a raft of female talent. But Germany’s unusual corporate structure makes it difficult to replicate.

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