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February 25, 2011

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Eamonn

Great article. Just to clarify one point: being Northern Ireland, these jobs remain in the UK economy as do all the taxes they raise. The author is exactly right when he states that NI is a beautiful part of the world and it is indeed a great place to locate a knowledge-based workforce.

Kim

I enjoyed this article and am not at all surprised that many of these outsource jobs are going to countries other than India, China and the Philippines. Having dealt extensively in Bangalore and Manila, they are no longer the "cheapest" place to go for smart capable labor. As Friedman states, "The World is Flat" and the global picture is rapidly changing. Thanks again

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