Forbes' Top 50 Most Powerful Businesswomen in Asia 2015: Geographic Distribution

 Helen Yuchengco Dee (70 years old)
Chairman of Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation

 Teresita Sy-Coson (64 years old)
Vice chairman of SM Investments and chairman of Banco de Oro Unibank

Zenaida Rustia-Tantoco (68 years old)
Chairman and CEO of SSI Group and Rustan’s Commercial

The other 47 women are the following:

1. Ho Ching, Executive Director and CEO of Singapore’s Temasek
2. Pansy Ho, Managing Director of Shun Tak Holdings and Co-Chairman of MGM China
3. Sun Yafang, Chairman of China’s Huawei Technologies
4. Gina Rinehart, Executive Chairman of Australia’s Hancock Prospecting
5. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of India’s Biocon
6. Zhang Xin, Co-founder and CEO of Soho China
7. Yuwadee Chirathivat, CEO of Thailand’s Central Department Store Group
8. Wendy Yap, President Director and CEO of Indonesia’s Nippon Indosari
9. Mai Kieu Lien, Chairman and CEO of Vietnam’s Vinamilk
10. Noni Purnomo, President Director of Indonesia’s Blue Bird Group Holding
11. Lee Boo-jin, President and CEO of South Korea’s Hotel Shilla
12. Sonia Cheng, CEO of Hong Kong’s Rosewood Hotel Group and Executive Director of New World Development
13. Wandee Khunchornyakong, Chairman and CEO of Thailand’s SPCG
14. Katie Page, CEO of Australia’s Harvey Norman 
15. Maggie Wu, Chief Financial Officer of Alibaba of China
16. Lucy Peng, the Co-Founder of Alibaba
17. Noni Purnomo of Blue Bird Group Holding
18. Cheng Xue, China's Foshan Haitian Flavoring & Food
19. Enid Huey-Chin Tsai, Taiwan's Hiwin Technology
20. Mayumi Kotani, Japan's Yushin Precision Equipment
21. Garamjav Tseden, Founder and Chairman of Mongolia-based mining company Monpolymet
22. Win Win Tint, Myanmar’s founder of retail conglomerate of supermarkets, bookstores, drugstores, and others
23. Jean Liu of Didi Dache, owner of taxi-hailing app in China
24. Petrea Vela, the Co-Managing Director of New Zealand Bloodstock
25. Isha Ambani of Reliance Jio Infocomm and Reliance Retail Ventures of Singapore
26. Ruth Yeoh of YTL Singapore and YTL-SV Carbon

Below are the number of women represented in Asian countries that were included in Forbes list of Top 50 Most Powerful Businesswomen in Asia for this year. 

1. China - 14
2. Hong Kong - 14
3. India - 6
4. Thailand - 5
5. Singapore - 4
6. Philippines - 3
7. South Korea - 3
8. Australia - 3
9. Indonesia - 3
10. Japan - 2
11. Vietnam - 2
12. Malaysia - 1
13. Taiwan - 1
14. Myanmar - 1
15. Mongolia - 1
16. New Zealand - 1

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