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Image Gallery: 12 Offshore Hot Spots For IT Outsourcing

India is still the dominant player when it comes to IT outsourcing, but other regions are gaining ground. Here's a look at some of the places, vendors, and institutions that will play a big role in globalization's next wave.
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Halifax, Canada
Although the rise of the Canadian dollar has lessened the country's competitiveness as a center for near-shore IT work, Canada still offers numerous advantages, including a well-educated, English and French speaking population and familiarity with US cultural and business norms. Outsourcer Keane is among those to have set up shop in the maritime city of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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