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Re: Big Hope for Outsourcing in Russia
Posted by: Erin E. Arvedlund 2004-12-28 08:54:12
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Off a snowy path winding through the campus of Moscow State University, Alexis Sukharev is packing his boxes and moving to bigger offices in the city, hoping to help create Russia's version of India's Bangalore: a prime destination for other countries' offshoring of technology jobs. Sukharev, 58, is well known to American information technology executives. He was the first to create a commercially successful Russian outsourcing company, on the eve of the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

Re: Big Hope for Outsourcing in Russia
Posted by: kilamanjaro 2004-12-28 09:01:26 In reply to: Erin E. Arvedlund
Outsourcing stories all seem to be about the wag of the tail i.e. how much outsouricng, how many jobs lost, won, transferred, how fast the growth, the opportunity, etc. But what about the health of the "dog"? If the US economy in particular, and western European economies in general, continue to be anemic, outsourcing will confront context failure i.e. the dog the tail belongs to won't be wagging its tail much longer.
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