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Sunday, November 26, 2006

Israel is becoming an outsourcing capital

The Boston Globe reports that Israel is becoming an outsourcing capital for US firms. If any of you want your US legal work done from Israel, feel free to drop me a note.

Warning: I don't charge $7 an hour :-)


At 1:54 AM, Blogger ShumBaayaMyLord said...

Note that the article quotes Jerusalem-based consultant Eli Kazhdan. However, for reasons unknown to me, the article fails to note that Eli emigrated to Israel from the Boston area.

Eli was a year behind me in the same undergrad dorm at Harvard, Eliot House, and we keep in touch periodically. He was born in Moscow so his roots are as a refusenik--this was followed by a Brighton, MA upbringing and Harvard. Aliya followed immediately upon Harvard graduation, and after a year of learning in Yeshivat Shaalvim he went into the political world assisting Natan Sharansky for quite a few years.

Eli's a great guy. However much he may be advocating for Israeli outsourcing, I don't think he'll try to impoverish Carl.

At 12:40 PM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

Eli graduated from my high school many years after I did. He was director general of the Ministry of Industry and Trade under Sharansky.


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