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by: Frank Brüggemann,
type: Articles
in: 36 Global Workplace

A lot of companies expand their business into international markets. In most cases, the motive is a search for improved cost efficiency or looking for the chance to expand and achieve growth. Today, companies are able to respond rapidly to many foreign sales opportunities; this is made easier by technological, governmental, and institutional developments. They can shift production quickly among countries because of their experience in foreign markets and because goods can be transported efficiently from most places. Companies can also distribute component and/or product manufacturing among countries to take advantage of cost differences.more....

by: A.K. Vidya, A. Aggarwal, M. Bhatia, S. Bagga,
type: Articles
in: 36 Global Workplace

In this Background Paper, we review the changes that have taken place in India’s R&D environment during the last 15 years (1991-2005), and compare these changes to both the R&D environment that prevailed in India until the early 1990s and the situation in contemporary USA (which has done particularly well with respect to innovations and their commercialisation). This comparative analysis will help us in understanding India’s achievements, along with some systemic obstacles that have impeded research and innovation in the recent past and might continue to do so, if adequate measures are not taken. Finally, in this article, we also discuss our forecasts related to the growth of innovation and research, and their advanced development and commercialisation during the next 15 years (2006-2020).more....

by: R. Dogra, A. Chaudhary, A. Bagla, A. Khurana,
type: Articles
in: 36 Global Workplace

Indian KPO sector, with revenues of 0.72 billion in 2003, accounted for 56% of the global KPO sector. According to Evalueserve, share of Indian KPO sector is expected to increase to 71% of the Global KPO sector, with revenues of USD 12 billion, by 2010.more....

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