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Elliott on "Gender Board Diversity lack of" intellectual Samsung, ? outside directors increases

Samsung Group embarked on a plan to raise the number of outside directors to increase the women. I Earlier this month, US-based hedge fund Elliott Management pointed out that the lack of gender diversity of the board of directors at the shareholders' proposals for Samsung Electronics will start to consider it as a positive. 17, according to the industry's Samsung Group Future Strategy Department.
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