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When one hears of a company being acquired, merged or affiliated with another firm or network, one can't help but assume the former has been taken over and the market being increasingly monopolized. Such is no longer the case as companies who merge are now looking to create an opportunity to be the best of both worlds.
Malaysia has the highest number of businesses without women in their senior management in the ASEAN region.
Dato’ NK Jasani, Country Managing Partner, said: "The number of businesses without women holding senior leadership positions in Malaysia has been on an increase.