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As usual when the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television posts new content on the internet, you can find it on our site. To watch the latest video called "Chinese Holdouts Look to Add Women to All-Male Boards", it's just above!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Chinese Holdouts Look to Add Women to All-Male Boards published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
As a deadline approaches for greater gender diversity on boards of Hong Kong listed companies, major Chinese firms are beginning to act. Bruce Einhorn reports on Bloomberg Television.
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