Microsoft is leaving India.
The software giant said in a blog post on Tuesday that it is leaving the country “for a number of reasons” but did not say what the reasons were.
Microsoft said it was “in the process of reviewing” the “long-term impact of the decision” and will make further announcements about the “situation in India and beyond”.
The company said it had been in talks with Indian government agencies about “business-to-business” and “business to customer” migration, and said it would continue to work closely with the government in these areas.
Microsoft, which has about a quarter of the global market, said it has more than 1,000 employees in India.
Microsoft is leaving for a number the reasons.
It said it is not going to make the decision to leave India until it has examined the impact of its decision.
Microsoft has also said that it was moving ahead with its plans to acquire the online retail giant Flipkart, but it has not yet announced the purchase.