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Saturday, April 01, 2006
A.T.Kearney’s Indian city services attractiveness index for 2005 finds Chennai as the most attractive destination for offshoring services, followed by Hyderabad. The cities had been benchmarked as attractive, based on three major categories - financial costs, people's skills and business environment. The city’s cost of living is seen to be low and the city has abundant supply of skilled labour. The study finds that Chennai's cost of living was very close to Tier II cities of India and the lowest among metropolitan cities. I had been repeatedly writing that indian offshoring isnot just bangalore alone. Another recent study found TamilNadu, the province for which chennai stands as the capital city top on economic freedom. No wonder that India’s largest IT facility is coming up in Chennai.
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