Subprime Woes Reach Outsourcers
When the subprime crisis hit in early August, the global contagion was largely limited to the banking sector in Europe and some parts of Asia. But while India's banks, which had little exposure to the crisis, were largely unharmed, some of its outsourcing companies are emerging as unexpected victims of the financial turmoil.
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