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Meet the Filipino Women at the Helm of The Philippines' Top Firms
Female CEOs might be rare but these exceptional ladies are heading some of the country's biggest corporations.
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Enterprises headed by women as chairperson, president, or CEO account for only nine percent of the country's biggest 100 or so companies by revenue. 

But these exceptional women chief executives are on top of some of the Philippines’ biggest companies. These include the country's largest drugstore chain, biggest bank, biggest life insurance company, biggest food producer, and biggest drug manufacturer.

In the accompanying infographic, Entrepreneur Philippines lists and briefly describes the exceptional Filipino women who head some of the country’s 100 biggest corporations either as chairperson, president and/or CEO. In cases where both chairperson and president/CEO are women, Entrepreneur Philippines included only the chairperson.

This story originally appeared on Entrepreneur.com.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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