十二生肖波色表图2020 】Fears of U.S. visa overhaul push Indian IT stocks lower


SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Sh【黄大仙精准资料大全正版下载安装 】ares【122144黄大仙救世网一款 】 of Indian technology companies deepened losses on Wednesday as investor【2019年114期开马资料 】s worried U.S. President Donald Trump and legislators would impose tougher rules on skilled-worker visas that those firms rely on. An employee walks past a signage board in the I【42期六开彩网站图 】nfosys cam【翌日打一肖 】pus at the El【逍遥软件九肖公式 】ectronics City IT distr【53四不像生肖图 】ic【六开彩停了吗 】t in Bengaluru, India, February 28,【洛阳龙门北桥马会 】 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/F【三毛第版一彩吧图库 】ile Photo【木十二生肖打一动物 】U.S【三心二意有好处打一肖 】. shares of Infosys (I【正版香港马报书籍 】NFY.NS) (INFY.N) fel【小鱼新四不像论坛 】l 1.5 percent, bringing their loss to 4 percent since the introduction of legislation i【跑狗图新一代出版论坛 - 百度 】n Congress last week aimed at tightening【天师挂牌六码中特 】 requirements for H-1B work【双龙出海打一肖 】 visas. Indian IT companies serving U.S. corporations are

among the large

st sponsors for H-1B visas, using them to em【2020买吗最新资料精准六肖 】ploy programmers and other technology workers. “Should the new political regime cap visa access we would expect margins to compress【六九九六王中王 】 in the IT services sector, Susqueh【2020年二四六论坛图片玄机 】anna analyst James Friedman warn【六开彩开图案 】ed in a note to clients on Wednesday. U.S. shares of Wipro Ltd (WIPR.NS), another major Indian IT service firm,

los【太阳图库印刷太阳印刷图库图源 】t 1.7 percent and are down 6 percent in the【二四六结果 】 past week. Arguing that they face a shortage of skilled U.S. wor【六开彩羊2018是多少号 】kers, technology companies including Mi【玄机彩图挂牌跑狗 】crosoft (MSFT.O) and Apple (AAPL.O) say they need more H-

1B visas, while c【天线宝宝中特网挂牌 】ritics say the program is used as a source【下载app安卓版 】 of low-cost labor. A bill intr

oduced on Jan. 24 by Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat from California, would double the minimum salary required for holders of H-1B visas to $130,000, which is more th【闻鸡起舞天天早打一肖 】an many currently make. White House Press Secretary Sean S【跑狗玄机图正版新版今晚 】picer told

reporte【2020年全年歇后语解特 】【码报全年资料 澳门葡京赌侠诗 】rs【ww504王中王开奖结果查询 】 on Monday that Trump was looking at potential new rules for H-1B visas as part of a larger immigratio【www920999 】n effort. His proposed Attorney 【澳门葡京赌侠诗2014 】G【3d 蜂巢谜宫 玄机图 】eneral, Senator Jeff Sessions, is a long-time c【114图库2020 】ritic of the H-1B program. An increase in the minimum salary paid to H-1B visa holders could hurt the earni

ngs of Indian IT companies b【2020年37期蛇蛋图随便说 】y as much as 22 【118口图库论坛 】percent, Deutsc【黄大仙马报好心水高手坛 】he Bank said in a report on Tuesday. In 【马会权威码三中三资料 】2015, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS.NS) secured 8,【2018六开彩开奖记录+现场直播 】3【2018跑狗新图 】33 H-1B v

isas, more than any other compa【有钱的动物打一生肖 】ny, according

to g【管家婆一句赢大钱资料2020 】overnment data compiled by the Institute

of Electrical 【2020年海峡天机诗 】and Electronics Engineers【126期跑狗玄机图高手解 】. Tata&r【香港赛马会集团 】squo;s stock 【2020年9丨期跑狗图 】dropped 2.78 percent on the Indian stock market on【一0蓝波来中特打一生肖 】 Wed【2020年七上八落跑狗图 】【黄大仙黑板救世图 】nesday and is down 8 percent so far this week.

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