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Wages Rising 15% In Indian It

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What are secondary inflation pressures? It sounds like government waffle to me.

Companies in UK who have outsourced work, will have to pay more for Indian workers.

Still cheaper than UK, but worth the hassle?

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Companies in UK who have outsourced work, will have to pay more for Indian workers.

Which means prices in the UK will rise because outsourced services will be getting more expensive. <_<

If the BoE just look at UK pay rises then they could be in for a nasty surprise.... :huh::lol:

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Good to see the gap closing from both ends. Who said globalisation is all bad for the (not for much longer) third world? I'm all for global equality.

This will only help to accentuate the difference between the rich and the poor. India has a huge population and a few IT jobs will make very little difference to the the poverty that the vast majority of the population finds itself in. In fact those that are earning decent salaries are segregating themselves from the masses by living on self contained private estates so very little of the money being earned is actually entering the local economy.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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