Satyam plans big rise in China staff

By agencies   |   Tuesday, 30 May 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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SHANGHAI: Satyam Computer Services Ltd. India's fourth-largest software exporter plans to increase its staff in China roughly ten fold over the next two years as its business in the country booms. Employees in China will rise to around 3,000 by the end of 2008 from 300 at present; a company spokeswoman quoted Raghavendra Tripathi, head of Satyam's China operations.

The Satyam group has about 28,600 employees at present. Satyam, which has research centers in the large Chinese cities of Shanghai, Dalian and Guangzhou, would hire many of its new staff in smaller cities to avoid wage inflation, Tripathi said.

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