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 Kiran Karnik - “In the short term, most of the Indian technology companies may look at innovation as a strategy to achieve higher growth.”
 Kiran Karnik - “I don't think there is going to be any significant outcome from a big summit as WSIS. But I really hope that there would be some consensus on Internet governance.”
 Kiran Karnik - “I don't think there is going to be any significant outcome from a big summit as WSIS. But I really hope that there would be some consensus on Internet governance,”
 Kiran Karnik - “I expect a bigger horde of students to arrive next year because the ones here said they had a great time and will go home to talk about it.”
 Kiran Karnik - “The fee can even be a few times higher. The institutes should work out a system of giving loans to those who need them.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Since Chinese firms are 10 times bigger in size than their Korean or Japanese counterparts, they should explore our market by investing here and making best use of our skilled workforce.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Similarly, we see immense potential for the small and medium enterprise sector in both countries to collaborate and complement their strengths for designing and manufacturing products that can be marketed across the world at a competitive price.”
 Kiran Karnik - “The developed economies are going to face acute shortages of working-age people. They will have to either import people or export work. The further you project the time horizon, the more inevitable it gets.”
 Kiran Karnik - “The developed economies are going to face acute shortages of working-age people - they will have either import people or export work. The further you project the time horizon, the more inevitable it gets.”
 Kiran Karnik - “In middle class India, the appetite for risk is low. But it is changing.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Security has always been a priority for us. We have made continuous efforts to make India a secure outsourcing destination through various initiatives.”
 Kiran Karnik - “NASSCOM and the IT industry will work, in collaboration with the Police and government, towards tightening security measures to create a safer working environment for the industry.”
 Kiran Karnik - “India has very good teachers, especially in math and science. Also, these subjects are culture-free so it is comparatively easy for Indian teachers to teach them. Online tutoring is an area which shows enormous potential for growth.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Just making regulations for IPR is not enough. Its enforcement and conviction are also important to win the confidence of global companies.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Though there would be no big impact of regulations on Indian companies but it is a matter of concern. It is a small step by the government to regulate and control....”
 Kiran Karnik - “But in the long term, innovation will be a strategy to survive in a highly competitive world. If the companies don't innovate to open up new business opportunities, they will sink.”
 Kiran Karnik - “Though we have taken up the issue with the finance ministry a number of times, the issue is still hanging fire. The parent firms want a clarification on computing export profits generated by their Indian subsidiaries or vendors, as such a burden puts them at a disadvantage over other companies in the industry.”
 Kiran Karnik - “A free trade agreement will complement both the economies. While their strength is the vibrant venture capital and marketing skills, the Indian IT industry is known globally for its vast and skilled manpower base.”
 Kiran Karnik - “A free trade agreement with the US in the services sector will be a win-win situation for both the countries.”
 Kiran Karnik - “We intend to take up the issue with President Bush during his forthcoming visit to India (March 1). Since the US administration too understands our needs, we hope they address it. Indications are some moves are afoot in this direction.”