Indian IT opts for nearshoring due to stricter H-1B visa norms under Trump

Canada and Mexico emerge as preferred nearshore destinations for Indian IT firms


Indian information technology (IT) services firms are increasingly looking at nearshoring options to service clients in the US as restrictive visa regulations in the country are making it increasingly difficult

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First Published: Dec 5 2018 | 2:00 AM IST

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