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Brazil, Cultural Diplomacy, Latin America

La Presidenta Rousseff de Brazil, entre la lista de las mujeres mas influyentes del mundo.

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By Maria Teresita Ordaz Apolinar

Una alemana y una latinoamericana figuran en los primeros puestos de la lista de las 100 mujeres mas influyentes del mundo,  según la revista norteamericana Forbes.

Dilma Rouseff, a sus 65 años, sube un escaño ubicándose como la segunda mujer mas poderosa en la actualidad, gracias a su gestión de gobierno que busca encarar la labor de sacar a Brazil del recuento de crecimiento mas lento de la ultima década y a que, según Forbes, ha “ inspirado una nueva generación de emprendimientos” gracias a su énfasis en el empresariado.

Rousseff, primera presidenta de Brasil que sucedió al carismático Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva tras ganar las elecciones del 31 de octubre de 2010, ocupaba el lugar 95 en el ranking de la prestigiosa revista tres años atrás.

English version:

A German and Latin American are in the top of the list of the 100 most influential women in the world, by the U.S. magazine Forbes.

Dilma Rousseff, at age 65, get a seat ranking as the second most powerful woman, thanks to her administration that aims to tackle the slow levels of growth that Brazil has been recording since the last decade, and also her emphasis on entrepreneurship.

Rousseff, Brazil’s first female president who succeeded the charismatic Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after winning the elections on October 31, 2010, was ranked 95 in the ranking of the magazine three years ago.

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