Firms Shed India Centers to Cut Costs in Recession


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Published in The Wall Street Journal June 8, 2009 by Ben Worthen

Many Western companies that opened centers in India to perform back-office tasks on the cheap have recently sold or closed those facilities, reversing a decade-long trend as companies look to slash costs and eliminate headaches during the recession.

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