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Temasek looks to enhance its IT services through the venture in which Infosys will hold a 60 percent stake and Temasek 40 percent, Infosys said in a statement.
The joint venture will integrate teams from Infosys and the operations of Temasek's unit in Singapore, Trusted Source, which currently delivers IT services to Temasek and a number of other clients.
Headquartered in Singapore, the joint venture will have more than 200 employees and contractors from Trusted Source, while Infosys staff will join over time.
The companies named Shveta Arora, Infosys vice president and regional head in South East Asia, as chief executive officer of the new venture.