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Satyam plans Brazil centre

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Hyderabad , Oct. 29

SATYAM Computer Services has announced its plan to start operations in São Paulo, Brazil, which marks the company's entry to servicing the growing IT services Latin American market.

Satyam announced its ambitious plans to senior executives from a wide range of Brazilian companies and organisations today, highlighting the key role that the Latin American operations will play in the company's success. Satyam has so far been servicing the region from the US.

The Chairman, Mr B. Ramalinga Raju, said, "Latin America is a fascinating market for us and we see huge opportunity in the region."

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