By Ram Kumar Mishra and Shital Jhunjhunwala (Auth.)
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3,5,6,8À14], and authors’ own research. There are, however, great disparities among European countries. 3). Even in 1998, 16%  of UK directors were foreigners, a figure that has risen steadily to 23%  in 2001, to 28% in 2004 , to the current level of 40% . Of total Canadian directorships, international directors make up about one-fifth (22%) , resulting in an average of two international directors per board. In India only 7% of directors are from other countries. This could be because several Indian directors have international education or experience.
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