"Before starting from India, I was posed this question -- that certain states in the US are thinking of a legislation against outsourcing," Advani recalled. "Journalists asked me if I proposed to take up this matter with the American government, (and) my answer was 'no.'" "I had no such intention because when any company in America, or Britain or Germany, decides to ask Tata Consultancy Services or Infosys Technologies or any other Indian firm to help it as far as outsourcing is concerned, it (the US company) does so for its own commercial gains," Advani said. "It (the US company) is not in any way helping India. Its objective is not to help India or to help that (Indian) company. No. So if any US state feels this is not in its interest, let them take a decision," he argued. "At least India on its own is not going to plead on this issue," Advani said, contradicting Jaitley's proposed priority issue on his agenda.
Very true indeed. Further I do not know how the Indian Govt can influence the US corporates decision on outsourcing. Dont you think it would be fair if the same American mass protests equally against their pepsi, coke and of course jobs moving over to India ? Neeraj.
Originally posted by Neeraja Neeraj: Very true indeed. Further I do not know how the Indian Govt can influence the US corporates decision on outsourcing.
They are already doing that by purchasing military equipment from defence companies in US.Can't you observe regular articles and discussions by government sponsored think tanks on how to combat terrorism and how country should be ready with military equipments?
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