#FIS 2016 | Claudiu Petre (Telekom Romania): The local outsourcing market employs 63,000 people and is worth RON 1.2 billion

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Claudiu Petre, structural funds and business development projects manager at Telekom Romania, said on Wednesday, during the second day of the Foreign Investors Summit, the 3-day event organized by Business Review magazine, that the outsourcing market in Romania currently employs 63,000. According to Petre, the value of the local outsourcing market is worth RON 1.2 […]

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