It Sector India

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|Information Technology |3 |
|Industry Analysis |3 |
|Key Players In The IT Sector |3 |
|Employment Trends |4 |
|India-based Service Provider Landscape |4 |
|Key Highlights Of The IT-ITES Sector Performance | |
| IT Industry’s Sector Wise Break-Up |5 |
| Growth in Revenues |5 |
| Increasing Exports |6 |
|Indian IT Industry-Top View |7 |
|Key Driver Of Growth For Indian IT Industry |9 |
|Challenges Faced By The IT Sector |9 |
|Trend In The Growth Of Revenues Over Years |10 |
|Demand & Supply…...

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