Indian IT company Infosys will close its representative office in Russia
Thursday, 14 April, 2022, 11:36
Indian software company Infosys is closing its representative office in Russia amid a special operation to protect Donbass. This was announced on Thursday, April 14, by the director of the IT corporation Salila Parekh.
''We have started moving our business and all our work outside of Russia,'' Parekh told NDTV.
He added that less than a hundred people work for Infosys in Russia. Parekh specified that the company has no clients in the country, and the Russian representative office serves customers around the world.
''We will help employees in Russia to move and find work in other representative offices, especially in Eastern Europe,'' concluded the director of the IT company.
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