Textiles are the backbone of India’s economy, but there are shortages as the country struggles with a severe economic crisis.
The country’s textile industry employs nearly 40% of the workforce, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
In the past two years, the economy has shrunk by more than half.
The number of garment factories in India has plunged by more that half, and nearly half of all textile production has gone into producing textiles for domestic consumption.
India’s textile production is estimated at around $2 billion, while India produces around $10 billion of clothing and footwear.
But despite the country’s economic problems, textile exports to the United States, which accounts for around 40% in the country, are also up in recent years.
In 2016, India imported $2.5 billion worth of textile goods, a record.
The United States is India’s third largest trading partner.
Indian textile exports also have a significant impact on the U.S. economy.
The U.K. imports nearly 60% of India of the nation’s total exports.
The same year, India’s exports of textiliers rose by nearly 70%.
India’s trade surplus with the U, which is $9.8 billion, accounts for about 13% of U..
S.’s total trade deficit.
The Indian textile industry is responsible for around 80% of all apparel and footwear exports to Europe and around 20% of total imports from the European Union.
The trade surplus is a key driver of the countrys trade deficit with the rest of the world.
India also has a significant trade surplus in footwear.
According to the International Monetary Fund, India has an export surplus of $3.3 billion.
India has been growing its economy for the past decade and a half.
Its GDP has grown by around 6% a year.
With the economy growing at such a fast rate, the country is not relying on the import of foreign raw materials to keep its economy growing.
India can afford to import raw materials for its textile industry, but it can’t afford to export its raw materials too much.
India needs a strong textile industry that will support its manufacturing and export industries.
The textile industry has a massive impact on Indian economies, and the current government is making it harder for it to grow.
India cannot afford to be dependent on exports to other countries and will have to make the transition to a more self-sufficient economy, said Arun Sharma, professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.