Don't shoot the offshoring corporates

The recent outrage from white-collar union Amicus over Norwich Union's plans to send yet more jobs to India was predictable but, as consolidation sees ever-larger broking firms emerge, it may in future be super-provincials and the like incurring the disapproval of unions such as Amicus.

Since the merger and acquisition activity of the 1990s, which formed the Avivas and Royal & SunAlliances of today, outsourcing has been a popular way of realising the value of bolting two large corporations

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