Half a century of women prime ministers; still no Pharma CEO
This article was originally published in Scrip
Margaret Thatcher, ‘The Iron Lady' who was prime minister of the UK from 1979-1990 and Europe's first female elected ruler, died 8 April aged 87. Not all will mourn Mrs Thatcher, but her death comes as a reminder that running countries has been acceptable women’s work for some time: since 1960, at least 55 women have fought for and won the top job in politics across all continents. But as yet, no top 20 pharma firm appears to be as trusting as the gender-neutral electorates of countries such as the UK, India, Pakistan, South Korea, Haiti, Jamaica or Mongolia.
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