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“US Immigration Bill Unlikely To Be Passed In Present Form”

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July 18, 2013: Former telecom secretary R. Chandrasekhar, who will take over as President of NASSCOM, believes some provisions in the US Immigration Bill are detrimental not only to the Indian IT sector but also to US companies and economy. “The bill is sub-optimal as it reduces the potential for co-operation,” he said.