Businesses that have "offshored" work overseas are coming back to the UK, with Glasgow staking a strong claim for attention, according to a report by property advisers Jones Lang LaSalle.
Businesses that have \"offshored\" work overseas are coming back to the UK, with Glasgow staking a strong claim for attention, according to a report by property advisers Jones Lang LaSalle.
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Its says recession, political uncertainty, and the rise of emerging nations, are prompting international corporates to re-assess their location strategy and select from three options – onshore, offshore and near-shore.
Traditional offshoring destinations such as India and the Philippines continue to attract the highest volume of offshoring investment and jobs, but an increasing number of companies are looking at bringing operations nearer to home, the report says.
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