June 03, 2010

Compensation costs in India

Hourly compensation costs in India's organized manufacturing sector, all employees, in Indian rupees and U.S. dollars, 19992005
Year Hourly compensation
In Indian rupees In U.S. dollars

1999

29.43 0.68

2000

31.68 0.70

2001

33.65 0.71

2002

35.36 0.73

2003

37.68 0.81

2004

38.55 0.85

2005

40.02 0.91

These data featured in the TED article, Compensation costs in India.                   

 

 

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