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  • World Business

World Business: Interview with Rosmah Mansor 22/10/10 | PBS

Duration: 05:44
Program: World Business #1035
Broadcast Date: Oct. 22, 2010

World Business: The first ladies of many countries often play a merely ceremonial role in society and politics. But last week 14 first ladies and representatives of 28 nations met in Kuala Lumpur to tackle the issue of how to improve children's education and welfare. The three day inaugural First Ladies Summit, which was hosted by Malaysia's first lady Rosmah Mansor, brought together the wives of leaders from around the world in an effort to go beyond rhetoric and achieve concrete results. Eckart Sager sat down with the first lady of Malaysia to find out more. Reporter: Eckart Sager



Post Date: October 27, 2010