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The People's Republic of China has experienced extraordinary change over the past twenty five years. In this paper, the author reviews how the economic and social changes that have been occurring in China during this time period have affected the status of women leaders. The author places particular emphasis on the question of whether the government's plan of achieving equality through the economic emancipation of women has improved their status. She concludes that although Chinese women managers still must contend with negative stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination, their current situation is not much different from that of women managers in the U.S. or Canada.
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