Inflation is taking up the poverty line, and poverty is not just economic but defined by way of health and education.
The important thing about outsourcing or global sourcing is that it becomes a very powerful tool to leverage talent, improve productivity and reduce work cycles.
With the attention I got on my wealth, I thought I would have become a source of resentment, but it is just the other way around - it just generates that much more ambition in many people.
A girl child who is even a little bit educated is more conscious of family planning, health care and, in turn, her children's own education.
I think that any wealth creates a sense of trusteeship... it is characteristic of the new generation which has created wealth to have some amount of responsibility for it.
The Indian community in Canada has integrated much better than the Indian community in United States. They've become really Canadian at the same time as keeping all their Indian characters and customs and social groups.
If the United States wants access to Chinese, Indian or Vietnamese markets, we must get access to theirs. U.S. protectionism is very subtle but it is very much there.
I think the advantage of democracy is that it makes us less dependent on a group of leaders.
People are the key to success or extraordinary success.
The Western world loves liberalisation, provided it doesn't affect them.
You cannot get into business for the fashion of it.
All our hiring staff are trained to interview in English. They're trained to look for Westernized segments because we deal with global customers.
Certain product lines are more suited to be manufactured in proximity with the customer, while others are more suitable to be manufactured in India.
Colleges produce more sports therapists than engineers. Perhaps because America is a sporty country: a lot of outdoors.
Frankly, I don't know how many companies there are, globally, which are truly global.
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