India: Under pressure
Although the process of outsourcing IT and back-office operations to India and other low cost centres has been underway for some years, it has only recently become a hot political issue. Derek Bedlow asks whether recent efforts to stem the flow will seriously damage the country's booming outsourcing industry
Recent visitors to London’s Trafalgar Square may have wondered whether they had overdone the previous evening’s entertainment as they watched a large pink elephant wandering through the streets of London.
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