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BBC News – Wednesday, 03 September 2014
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has brought five women into the cabinet in a reshuffle, while retaining ministers in key posts.
The move means there are now seven women in the cabinet, equalling the previous high set by Junichiro Koizumi’s cabinet in 2001.
Mr Abe says better use of women’s skills will help economic revival . . .