SNS: The Indian Economy: Suffering from Terrorism, the American Financial Crisis, and the Satyam Scandal

SNS: The Indian Economy: Suffering from Terrorism, the American Financial Crisis, and the Satyam Scandal

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Vol. 12, Issue 3       
Week of January 19, 2009

In This Issue

Feature: The Indian Economy: Suffering From Terrorism, The American Financial Crisis, And The Satyam Scandal

Publisher’s Note: Rafiq Dossani is by now a well-known figure to all SNS members, both through his contributions to our Future in Review Conference and in his ongoing series of Special Letters on India. As perhaps the leading U.S. expert on outsourcing and the Indian economy, we are indeed fortunate to have Rafiq’s on-the-ground views and interpretations of India’s challenges and successes.

The recent events in Mumbai, the overt tensions with Pakistan, and the question of how global declines play in India’s balance of services, all make Rafiq’s comments and ideas yet more timely, and, I think, useful, to SNS members. As always, Rafiq has done a masterful job of uniting the large with the small, the anecdotal with the academic, and the technical with the economic.  — mra.

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