Indian Outsourcing Industry Attracts Japan Business

August 2009
EmergingMarketsNOW;8/17/2009, p12
The article reports on the move of Indian information technology and outsourcing companies to penetrate the Japanese market. The move made by India is intended to reduce their dependence on U.S.-based clients. Moreover, it cites that the culture barrier could be the one of the major challenges faced by India.


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