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Thursday, April 15, 2004As job magnet, China sits far behind India Jim Chen writes,"Both India and China are top destinations in the trend in offshore job dislocation. But whereas India may easily play host to an American company’s large-scale call center, where receptionists are trained to speak English without an Indian accent, China is more of a destination for American manufacturing jobs.China and India both have a large pool of well-educated young workers and low wages. For obvious historical reasons, however, the spread of English in China is not as widespread as in India. More Indians than Chinese have climbed to the top levels of the American corporate ladder and are more influential in deciding where to outsource the labor-intensive functions of their companies.Consequently, linguistic and cultural disadvantages situate China many years behind India. Interesting..
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