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Shinzo Abe Vowed Japan Would Help Women ‘Shine.’ They’re Still Waiting.

NYTimes.com Sunday, 13 September 2020
Female workers remain largely shut out of management jobs, and many take part-time work because of overwhelming family responsibilities, despite policies that Mr. Abe said would elevate their standing in society.
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The 71-year-old replaces longtime ally Shinzo Abe, who is stepping down because of his health.

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