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Kyoko Okutani, the leader of Women’s World Banking Japan, has helped more than 1,000 women start a business in a male-dominated country. (Takehiko Kambayashi)

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Kyoko Okutani heads Women's World Banking Japan, part of a growing network of female entrepreneurs in a male-dominated country.

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