The EU likes to think of itself as socially progressive. Women in senior management positions in member states now total 26 per cent, compared with just 17 per cent in 2004.
However, the EU ranks relatively low in a global context. Europe’s economic engine, Germany, is one of the laggards, with just 14 per cent female senior managers and no female chief executives in its top listed companies.
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By Tim Smedley
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