Entry from British & World English dictionary
The practice of basing some of a company’s processes or services overseas, so as to take advantage of lower costs.
- The TAA program should be expanded to cover individuals dislocated by offshoring in service industries or in public employment.
- They have reacted with a mixture of dismay and anger to the spate of legislative activity aimed at banning overseas outsourcing or offshoring of government contracts.
- It is time to expand this program to workers who lose service jobs to offshoring.
Definition of offshoring in:
- British & World English dictionary
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