South Korea has been ranked the 36th best place among 58 countries for women to run a business.
MasterCard says,. South Korea scored 59 out of one-hundred in its Index of Women Entrepreneurs that evaluates the business environment for female CEOs in various countries.
The three categories of evaluation are. women's advancement into society,. access to knowledge assets and finance, and favorable business support variables.
Researchers say, women here in Korea face hurdles exercising their abilities as business owners.
The U.S. topped the list, followed by New Zealand. while Egypt came last.