Microsoft India seeing good response to Windows 7
New Delhi: The Indian unit of Microsoft is seeing a good early response to Windows 7, its recently launched operating system, its chairman said on Monday.
The Indian unit, which employs 5,300 people, has "no significant plans of hiring" this year, Ravi Venkatesan told reporters at the World Economic Forum.
India and China contributed a very small portion of Microsoft`s global revenues, but he said "we are seeing good double-digit growth".
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