(Financial Express (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Japan's $200 billion IT services market is now offering renewed hope for Indian companies as the country tries to jumpstart its economy and as more Japanese firms look to expand globally. The ... TMC Net, 1 day ago
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(Times of India Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) BANGALORE: Last week, investors cheered Cognizant's robust sales growth and bullish June forecast but the celebration was mixed with caution as 80 per cent of its revenues are derived from the US, leaving ...TMC Net, 3 days ago
Frontline IT companies are now banking on their clients, in addition to their own lobbying efforts, to mobilise support against certain proposals in the draft that are seen as detrimental to their businesses. Several large corporations, many of ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
Dataquest After a wave of disappointment over the proposed US immigration bill that struck the IT industry, Indian IT professionals seem to warm up to the bill, seeing the other side of the coin. They are considering the benefits that ...Dataquest, 1 week ago Fear around immigration bill pauses deals Dataquest, 2 weeks ago
Brokerage house Nomura feels the passage of the proposed and weaken competitiveness versus MNC IT players and depress margins. Earlier this week, the brokerage held a conference call with Ameet Nivsarkar (VP, NASSCOM) to understand the implications ...Moneycontrol.com, 3 weeks ago
Proposed US Immigration Bill will deny access to visas from 2015 for employers having high share of foreign staff, says Nomura
0 Comments, Be the first to comment Moneylife Digital Team | 24/04/2013 04:57 PM | Nomura believes the most damaging provision of the US Immigration Bill for Indian IT remains the restriction on outplacement of H1 B visa holders at client locations, ...Money Life, 3 weeks ago
The US Senate immigration bill attempts to meet long-sought demands from America's technology sector for more high-skilled workers from abroad to fill the gap created by a shortage of American candidates. Under the proposed legislation, the official ...NDTV Profit, 3 weeks ago Why India's IT industry is worried over US' draft immigration policy NDTV Profit, 4 weeks ago
IT industry body Nasscom plans to mobilise support against certain proposals in the new US Immigration Bill that can affect Indian IT companies. "We will talk with partners and some industry bodies that have a stake in this. Even the Government is ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
The State Government of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), a metropolitan region in Germany and an industrial hub in Europe is actively encouraging Indian IT companies to expand operations into Germany as a gateway into the opportunities across Europe.Individual.com, 1 month ago
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Even as the proposed Comprehensive Visa Reforms Bill threatens to cast a shadow over the Indian IT services industry, it could give a fillip to start-up artists dreaming of making it big in the US. The Bill, when introduced, is expected to include ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago
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