NEPALI WOMEN SHOW THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL POWER

IN Nepal, women habitually beat men when it comes to doing business. They generate 6% more profits than men, according to a study by the International Financial Corporation (IFC), an arm of the World Bank. “Nearly half of Nepal’s women are economically active and many rural households are female-headed,” said Puja Tandon, co-founder of Nepal-based Beed Management, an international management consulting firm.And it is partly about population numbers: “Of the country’s 26.5 million population in 2011 there are are 796,422 more females than males in ...


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