Baku. 4 December. REPORT.AZ/ German Chancellor Angela Merkel retains the top spot on the list for the 8th year in a row.
Report informs citing TASS that, according to the electronic version of the journal, a total of 100 names are represented in the magazine’s rating.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took the second place and is followed by Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde.
The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Motors Company Mary Barra ranked fourth. Head of the American financial corporation Fidelity Investments Abigail Johnson is fifth among world's most powerful women.