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BPO ban will hinder trade: Shourie
ANI
1/25/2004

New Delhi: Stung by the US action of passing a law to ban outsourcing of government contracts to companies outside the US, India today termed the move as against the spirit of global trade. Union Information Technology Minister Arun Shourie said that this was not the way Washington could advance in the backdrop of multilateral trade negotiations. "I feel this would worsen prospects of multilateral negotiations in trade", Shourie said from Davos while advising the Indian companies to diversify their markets.

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