The “Forbes” magazine has undermined the names of the 100 most powerful women in the world.
German chancellor Angela Merkel has been ranked first in the list of world’s most powerful women, followed by British Prime Minister Theresa May and IMF leader Christine Lagarde.
Turkey’s “Sabancı Holding” chairman, Güler Sabancı has taken 64 positions in the list.
.Following Angela Merkel, Theresa May and Christine Lagarde, the list is followed by “General Motors” chairman Mary Barra, Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity Investment Company Abigail Johnson, Founder and Vice President of Bill & Melinda Gates Melinda Gates, Director General of You Tube SusanWojcicki, Executive Director of Santander Group Ana Patricia Botin, Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed Martin Marillyn Hewson and CEO of IBM Ginni Rometty.
In this year’s list, twenty new women’s names in the world of politics, trade and art have been added among the world’s most powerful women in 2018.