As Donald Trump Takes Charge, Indian IT Firms Prepare For Change - NDTV

Bengaluru: US President Donald Trump's “Buy America Hire American” policy has brought a cautious response from India's IT industry, for whom US is the biggest market. Industry body Nasscom estimates that US markets account for more than half of India's ...

Indian American supporters of President Donald Trump expect a new era in US–India ties - The American Bazaar

Indian American supporters of President Donald Trump believe that the relationship between the United States and India is heading towards a brighter future. “This is the beginning of a new era, new dawn of new (US-India) relationship,” Digvijay Singh ...

How Indian IT Firms Are Preparing For Restrictions On H-1B Visa Employees - NDTV

New US President Donald Trump's 'Buy American, Hire American' call in his inaugural address has put the Indian IT industry on edge. For the $150-billion Indian IT industry, the US is the biggest export market, accounting for nearly 60 per cent of its ...

How bad could the Trump presidency really be for India? - VCCircle

Ever since Donald Trump won the US presidential election held on 8 November last year, speculation has been rife about how protectionist his administration will be and how that might impact emerging market economies such as India. On Friday, when he ...

5 ways Indians can tame Donald Trump's world trade wars - Financial Express

Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th US President has made it clear that the world we have seen so far, especially in the last two decades, is going to change in the coming months. By: Rajeev Kumar | Published: January 23, 2017 4:18 PM. 92. Shares.

How Donald Trump's new H-1B visa rules may impact tech startups - Moneycontrol.com

While the new H-1B rules are likely to impact the large tech companies, small tech startups will also be forced to hire Americans, which might not be a bad thing for the local employment. It often pains me to see some Indian H-1B holders living in the ...

President Trump issues two rules: Buy American, hire American - Personal Liberty Digest

During his inaugural address on Friday, President Donald Trump implored American citizens to do their part in rebuilding the nation's economy. The first step, according to the president: Buy American, hire American. The new president on Friday called ...

US lacks high-skilled workers and should not curb outsourcing, warns Nasscom - Scroll.in

The industry body plans to send a delegation to reach out to President Donald Trump's administration, which has taken a hard line against immigration for jobs. by Scroll Staff. Published Jan 23, 2017 · 01:25 pm. US lacks high-skilled workers and should ...

H1-B visa: IT shares unaffected by Trump's 'hiring' comment - Zee Business

Analysts had predicted that Trump's comment are likely to pull IT shares down. Photo: IANS. By ZeeBiz WebTeam. Updated: Mon, Jan 23, 2017 01:10 pm. Mumbai, ZeeBiz WebDesk. Twitter · Facebook · GPlus. RELATED NEWS. Sensex, Nifty down 0.17%; ...

Donald Trump's swadeshi moment can be a dampener for Indian IT - Hindustan Times

Donald John Trump's inaugural speech as the 45th president of the United States on Friday was all about nationalism, to make “American great again”, nothing less than what Narendra Modi would call “swadeshi”. business Updated: Jan 23, 2017 12:38 IST.

Indian IT stocks fall amid positive markets as Donald Trump calls for buying American, Hiring American - Financial Express

Shares of top five IT companies fell as much as between 0.1% and 1.1% in the early morning trade. Indian information technology stocks fell amid slightly positive broader markets, on concerns that the new US President Donald Trump's protectionist ...

Trump's 'America first' could work against India - Free Press Journal

If there is one message from President Donald Trump's inauguration address from Capitol Hill on Friday, it is that the US, which has always decried protectionism by other nations, is heading for strongly protectionist times under the new dispensation.

India IT firms brace against anti-outsourcing sentiment after Trump's inaugural speech - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: A day after US President Donald Trump heralded what sounded like economic protectionism with his call for "buy American and hire American" in his inaugural speech, Indian information technology (IT) industry observers say the change in ...

Curbs on outsourcing may hit US economy: Nasscom - The Hindu

India's IT industry has warned about the adverse impact that curbs on outsourcing will have on the U.S. economy, which lacks high-skilled workers. The country's premier trade body, Nasscom, will be taking a delegation to the U.S. in February in an ...

Trump's 'Buy American-hire American' pledge unnerves Indian IT - Deccan Herald

New US President Donald Trump's 'Buy American-hire American' rallying cry has put the USD 150- billion Indian IT industry on edge, which is in wait-and-watch mode to see how the new administration evolves policies around outsourcing and movement of ...

Barack Obama, the first 'Indian American' president - Hindustan Times

Former President Barack Obama hired more Indian Americans than any other president before him. Though the number had been rising incrementally over the years, he opened the floodgates. world Updated: Jan 22, 2017 15:08 IST. Yashwant Raj. Obama ...

Time India Shakes Off Complacency: Foreign Policy Experts on Trump Speech - News18

US President Donald Trump with his wife Melania at the Armed Services Ball in Washington on January 20, 2017. (REUTERS). New Delhi: Even after a year-long campaign, the new President of the United States remains an unknown entity. Most have known ...

Indo-US Ties Headed For Best Days Under Donald Trump: Supporters - NDTV

Washington: India-US relationship is headed for the best days ahead under new President Donald Trump, his Indian-American supporters believe. "This is the beginning of a new era, new dawn of new (India-US) relationship," Indian-American Digvijay Singh ...

Why Trump's 'Buy American, Hire American' campaign will hit Indian IT companies hard - Economic Times

Donald Trump's maiden presidential address on Friday could not but have been unnerving for India's biggest export industry -IT services. Close to 75% of the industry's $150 billion revenue comes from exports, 60% of which are to one country -the US ...

India cautiously optimistic after Trump takes over as US president - Hindustan Times

India's foreign policy establishment is cautiously optimistic after Donald Trump took over as the US President and delivered an inaugural speech which cryptically summarised his core campaign issues. Donald Trump Presidency Updated: Jan 30, 2017 18:00 ...