Four Korean women CEOs have found their way onto a list of "Asia's 50 Power Businesswomen" released by Forbes Asia last Thursday.
The list is limited "to those actively engaged in profit-seeking businesses" in Asia, "excluding notable figures... who simply exercise influence, such as through public or NGO service", the magazine reported.
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