Re: Don't believe the offshore hype?
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I bet some of these developing countries will start creating products
based on their own requirements pretty soon. They won't stay our eastern
corporation's puppets. As their own local markets grow, they might just
decide to create products in their own language and translate them to
> . . .
India has a large number of different languages. The two that must be taught to all students are Hindi and English. My understanding is that most of the documentation is delivered in English.
Would one of our Indian colleagues step up to the popping crease and address the issue?
Guy K. Haas
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