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Dubai: India's IT exporters have demonstrated resilience by surviving the difficult market conditions of recent times, a senior industry official has said.



Kamal Vachani, Hon. Regional Director of Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) for the Middle East, said India's export of computer software and services during 2012-13 is estimated to have registered a growth of 10.26 per cent over 2011-12.



"In value terms, export of computer software and services during 2012-13 is estimated to be USD 75 billion, up from USD 68 billion estimated in 2011-12", said Vachani.



With an objective to give a visible momentum to enhancing IT & ITES exports from the country, ESC has created a unique brand for Indian software and services companies in 2001 - INDIASOFT International IT Exhibition & Conferences, Vachani said in a statement.



According to him, the main focus of INDIASOFT events has been to enhance the opportunities for Indian software companies in emerging and established IT markets across the world. ESC has organised 12 editions so far.



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Source: PTI
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