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"Belarus cracks the code for IT success"

September 16, 2014

Belarus`s Hi-Tech Park is attracting a growing number of domestic and international software and IT companies, thanks to economic incentives and a highly skilled workforce.

By Andrew Wrobel


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91.5% of the software produced in the Park account for exports. 46.7% account for the European countries, 40.2% Ц for the USA and Canada, 10.7% Ц for Russia and CIS countries.

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