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June 1st, 2005
Friedman: BPO is cool & nanotech will be in
The US public has begun to make peace with the BPO monster, or so says Thomas Friedman, author of a new book and an eminent New York Times columnist.
Nanotechnology, he says, will be the next big trend. "The eleventh flattener will be nanotechnology. We're going from large to medium to small to nano. What that'll be about, I have no idea." He added, "India's value-addition in the biotech sector should hold it in good stead."
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