Mongolia - where it's normal for the boss to be a woman

Tanja Smith, left, at a recent NAWIC conference with Alison Mackey, director at Edit Development

In her third dispatch from Ulan Bator, Tanja Smith suggests one way UK construction firms could learn from their Mongolian counterparts

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