- Many companies burdened by the costs and complexity of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act requirements are turning to India for help.
Call it one of the unintended consequences of the corporate reform legislation. While the 2002 law was seen as a cure for sloppy financial reporting and the frauds it can cover up, it has also resulted in more work being sent overseas, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Some Indian outsourcing companies told the newspaper that their Sarbanes-Oxley-related business is rising at more than 50 percent a year.
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(Via the Outsourcing Times.)
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