‘Politicking out of way, it’s time to build legacy’
“There is a status quo and we are hopeful that their approach will be more pragmatic,” said Infosys executive co-chairman Kris Gopalakrishnan. “We don't think there is any impact of the elections and it was rhetoric as seen in the past.”
“The second term of a US president is the more fascinating one,” said Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra. “With politicking out of the way, it’s time to build the real legacy.”
India Inc has been wary of Obama’s rhetoric against outsourcing, but for second term, concerns seem to have given way to hope. “This is a good development for India,” Godrej Group chairman Adi Godrej said on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum on India.
“Between two large economies, there will be issues and concerns. Outsourcing is also a concern and I hope it will be addressed soon,” said Godrej.
For many, Obama's stance against outsourcing hardly moved beyond the rhetoric.
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