Genpact, the former in-house business process outsourcing unit of US firm General Electric, willl nearly triple its staff in China as part of plans to open two BPO centres in the country over the next two years, the Financial Times reported. India's largest BPO group already employs 1,800 mostly Chinese staff at a centre in Dalian, northeast China. It says it will recruit up to 3,500 more people for the new units in anticipation of stronger demand for offshore services from Japan and greater outsourcing by companies within China. The company expects global sales to grow more than 25% this year to US$625 million.
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