Tax relief for offshoring? The Mercury News (3/06)
Infosys Technologies, an India-based software development company with its U.S. headquarters in Fremont, asked the state for more than a million dollars in tax relief, saying the standard tax formula fails to reflect that two-thirds of its U.S. work is done offshore.


"Infosys represents the extreme of the outsourcing problem,'' said Sen. Joseph Dunn, D-Garden Grove, who is one of several lawmakers who have submitted legislation to regulate outsourcing. "They not only want to steal California jobs, they'd also steal the taxpayers' dollars. That's unfair not only to California workers, but to businesses as well."

What complete bastards.


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