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Equality efforts alone will not close Southeast Asia's gender gap

Governments and companies need programs that take account of women's needs

| Southeast Asia
Office workers in Singapore in April 2022: Women's evolving careers and lives demand greater flexibility.   © Reuters

Anis Mohd Nor is a principal in the Kuala Lumpur office of Boston Consulting Group.

Over the past decade, Southeast Asian countries have made impressive strides in prioritizing gender equality.

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