New Electronic Journal:
eJournal USA: Enterprising Women, Thriving Societies (PDF 6.5 MB)
Department of State, Volume 16, Number 8, March 2012
This issue of eJournal USA encourages women to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions. It cites the experiences of businesswomen around the world and features successful women entrepreneurs who can serve as role models. It also identifies barriers and best practices for overcoming them.
The Bureau of International Information Programs of the U.S. Department of State publishes eJournal USA. Each journal examines a major issue facing the United States and the international community, and informs international readers about U.S. society, values, thought, and institutions.
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