India has long been the world’s most lucrative country for outsourcing its handicrafts and apparel.
And now there are a number of companies who are looking to open factories here, including those with roots in the country.
According to the report, the most important handicraft company in the world is PAP, which has factories in Gujarat and Rajasthan.
PAP manufactures products for the likes of Levi Strauss, Adidas and Nike.
Other companies include Adidas, Cushman & Wakefield, Wieden + Kennedy, and Nike, according to the website of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (APEC).
India is the second largest manufacturer of handicraft goods globally after China.
According to the trade data company Euromonitor, the country’s handicraft industry contributes to about 1.3% of the global economy, which includes goods such as textiles, jewellery, clothing, toys and toys and accessories.
However, it has also been one of the most volatile markets.
As the global financial crisis has been dragging on, demand for its goods has waned.
As a result, India’s economy has been in recession and it is not yet clear how long this slump will last.
Last year, a report by Euromonitors predicted that by 2025, India could become a net importer of handicaments worth $5.4 billion.
This is an increase of almost 40% on the forecast of $4.4bn in 2019.
In addition, it said India could be a net exporter of clothing worth $3.3 billion by 2025.
The report said that the growth of the handicraft sector is set to be driven by both domestic demand and foreign demand.
In 2025, the market will account for over $10 billion in value and is expected to account for a majority of India’s total imports.
The report also noted that the Indian handicraft market is currently being disrupted by the “supermarketisation” of Indian retailers, which is forcing them to import products from abroad.
It is expected that by the end of 2025, there will be a surplus of about $10.5 billion in the market.
In the future, this will increase to $20 billion, according the report.
India’s exports of handicaps have grown by over 90% from 2016 to 2021.
While this has been largely driven by the growing demand for their products, there is also a growing market for goods made from recycled plastic and leather.
India’s trade surplus with the world in this field is estimated at $2.4 trillion.
According a study by the World Economic Forum (WEF), India has the highest proportion of its population working in the craft sector at 27.4%.
India is also home to some of the world and the world-class handicraft companies.
India has also a large manufacturing base in its apparel and footwear sectors.
The majority of these companies are located in the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.