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Latest update : 2014-01-24

Davos: Gender parity on the agenda

Just 15% of the participants at this year's World Economic Forum are women, a smaller proportion than last year. Isabelle Allen, head of Global Markets at KPMG, says that despite this, gender parity is on the agenda of discussions even more this year. She spoke to Stephen Carroll in Davos.

By Stephen CARROLL

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