Industry insiders are also worried that the impasse could stall new commercial deals and professional travel between Canada and India. They emphasized that “a favourable political climate” is crucial for the expansion of businesses.
As diplomatic relations between the two nations deteriorated, Indian IT companies, particularly those with offices and enterprises in Canada, continued to be circumspect.
Despite the fact that Nasscom, the industry’s governing organization, claimed there was “no immediate cause for concern,” IT companies, especially startups, are exercising caution. They now constitute legitimate worries, and sector experts are worried that the impasse could impede professional exchanges between Canada and India as well as new business transactions. They emphasized that “a favourable political climate” is crucial for the expansion of businesses.
Indian IT behemoths like Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services, and Wipro have made major investments in Canada. Infosys has locations in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto as well. In addition, Infosys formed a new Canadian company in July that works under its Infosys Public Services business in the United States. Infosys Public Services Canada has an area larger than 10,000 square feet and is based in Ottawa. Following a series of investments made by Infosys in Canada, this growth took place.
“The IPS Canada announcement is the latest development in a series of investments made by Infosys, which has expanded the employee count to over 7,000, with a commitment to increase to 8,000 employees by 2024,” the business had stated in a statement.
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