Metro [List] 18 Countries Where Women Need Permission From Their Husbands To Work

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Wold Economic Forum in their 2015 Global Gender Gap Report has listed 18 countries where married women must take permission from their husbands to work.


These countries are:
    • Bahrain
    • Bolivia
    • Cameroun,
    • Congo Dr.
    • Chad
    • Iran
    • Jordan
    • Guinea
    • Kuwait
    • UAE
    • Sudan
    • Qatar
    • Mauritana
    • Niger
    • Yemen
    • West Bank/Gaza
    • Syria
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