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How Japan's new leader can turn womenomics into a success

Suga administration needs to tackle fundamental inequities built into the system

| Japan
A young, ambitious woman has much to lose by having a baby.   © Getty Images

Nobuko Kobayashi is a partner with EY Strategy and Consulting, Strategy and Transactions -- EY-Parthenon

Japan's new prime minister, Yoshihide Suga is widely considered to be a pragmatist.

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