More struggles for UK outsourcers predicted

Tom Wright
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Analyst Whitelane Research claims a fifth of UK organisations are looking to outsource less over the next two years

Over one fifth of UK businesses are looking to outsource less over the next two years, according to Whitelane Research. The analyst claims its research found that 22 per cent of UK businesses ar...

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