As Pakistan’s economy is suffering, the country has become the world, and the world is becoming Pakistan’s.

In a recent report, McKinsey International, one of the world´s leading investment banks, says that Pakistan is Pakistan´s biggest handicavestry supplier, supplying some 60% of the goods imported from the country.

The report cites the Pakistani handicraft market, where about 40% of imports are made.

According to the report, the market was worth $1.9 billion in 2014 and the number of companies supplying handicraft products in Pakistan has grown by about 10%.

The report also said that the market for handicraft in Pakistan is one of many that has been affected by the financial crisis in the country and the fact that Pakistan does not have a domestic market in its economy.

In the past few years, there have been many cases of the import of handicraft items from abroad and some have been imported in bulk from the United States and Europe.

This was the case with some goods such as silk tiaras, and hand-blown glass.

These items were sold in Pakistani markets and were often priced at a much higher level than the prices of domestic goods.

The McKinsey report says that the Chinese have a huge handicraft business in the Middle East and North Africa.

The market in those regions is dominated by the Chinese.

The Pakistani government says that this is the first time that a foreign company has been given the green light to produce handicraft goods in Pakistan.

The government has said that there is no threat to the security of Pakistan.

In response to the McKinsey findings, the minister of state for trade and industry said that he was surprised that it was possible to import handicraft and other goods at such a high price.

He said that all goods that are imported must be of high quality.

In his comments, the Minister also referred to the fact of Pakistan being the second-largest source of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world.

Pakistan is also the fourth-largest producer of manufactured products, according to the World Bank.

In the first nine months of this year, the economy generated $6.8 billion in exports and $8.5 billion in imports.

The country exports more than $3.2 billion worth of goods per year to the rest of the globe, the World Economic Forum, which monitors the world economy, reports.

Pakistan has about 3 million handicraft workers.

The handicraft industry is an integral part of the economy.

The industry is based on skilled workers.

The workers are employed mainly in domestic industries, construction, mining, agricultural, handicraft, and retail trade.

In some industries, like steelmaking, there are also large number of handicrafters and other craftsmen.

According the McKinley report, there is a significant presence of handicrokers in some areas.

The handicraft trade in the cities of Karachi, Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Peshawar is very significant.

The McKinsey study says that about 70% of handicars in Karachi work in the handicraft sector.

In Lahore alone, there were some 5,000 handicraft handicraft shops and workshops.

In other areas, there was a significant number of shops and work houses in handicraft.

According a government statement, about one-third of the handicraves work in residential and retail sectors, and they make about 30% of their income from these trades.