A trade-off of higher education over primary led to 200,000 engineers abroad

“This is Radha Basu, General Manager of Hewlett Packard. She was sent to India to open their Bangalore office. She was telling me that all the officials wanted to know was: what is this thing called software that you are sending to the earth station. They kept telling her that they wanted a hard copy, that there were export regulations, so she just couldn’t export something that was thin air! It had to be of a solid form. They were forced to put it all on diskettes, make back-ups, and export it physically so the Intelligence Bureau could record it. The guys at the other end

Posted September 27, 2001

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