TOKYO -- More companies in Japan are promoting ethnic and gender diversity on their boards, with nearly seven in 10 large corporations expected to have at least one non-Japanese or female director after shareholders meetings this month.
Of the 170 Nikkei Stock Average components with March book-closings that had published shareholder meeting notices by the end of May, 36 will have non-Japanese directors, an increase of seven, according to data compiled by Takara Printing.
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