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US firm to develop software in Pakistan
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/19/2005 10:25:00 AM.

Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari, minister for information technology said Pakistans IT industry had matured considerably during last couple of years with major global IT giants already setting up their software development centers in the country.
Our liberal and investment friendly policies have been received very well by the investors who have started coming to Pakistan in a big way to participate in the tremendous growth we are registering in the telecom and IT sector, he said during a meeting with Stelios FragKos, vice-president Middle East Africa region of the NCR Corporation, a leading US firm specializing in the data warehousing and financial services sector on Friday.

Mr FragKos briefed the minister on the NCR initiative of setting up a global consulting center in Islamabad where currently about 100 local professionals are employed and the number will grow to over 200 within the next 12 months.

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