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Infosys denies laying off 5,000 workers: Report

Infosys denies laying off 5,000 workers: Report

Mumbai: computer code services supplier Infosys on Friday denied reports of losing up to five,000 workers when the media rumored that the corporate has plans to chop jobs.

Earlier the Economic Times had quoted Infosys government co-chairman S. Gopalakrishnan as spoken language 2013 are going to be higher than last year for India’s IT trade.

Gopalakrishnan was quoted as spoken language brighter prospects for the u. s. and China would facilitate the IT sector once he was addressing an occurrence.

“Uncertainties can continue. What i’m spoken language is that usually 2013 are going to be higher. however it’ll flip quarter-on- quarter, can rely on the event therein quarter. surprising events happen,” he was quoted as spoken language within the newspaper report.

 

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