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WTO to be led by woman from Nigeria or S. Korea

The final phase of a race to become WTO's next director-general began with two well-qualified women from Nigeria and South Korea vying for the top post.

GENEVA (AN) — The final phase in a high-stakes race for World Trade Organization director-general began on Monday with delegates from 164 nations weighing two highly qualified candidates from Nigeria and South Korea for the top post.

One will become the first woman to lead WTO. Both have a history of shattering glass ceilings.

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