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GSK India "Women's Board" Sets Out To Close Gender Gap

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GlaxoSmithKline, which will be led by a woman CEO next year, is taking definitive steps to improve the gender balance at its Indian operations. A new "Women's Leadership Board" at GSK India is expected to bolster gender diversity across levels and develop a pipeline of female leaders for key senior positions.

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