By Sam Mahajan|Bloomberg|Feb 06, 2019 10:22:22India is the world’s largest importer of clothes.
It is the second-largest consumer of footwear.
The world’s fastest-growing apparel industry, it employs nearly 1.2 billion people and generates more than $3.7 trillion in annual sales.
It also exports clothing, shoes and other consumer goods to more than 50 countries.
But the apparel industry is largely dominated by Chinese manufacturers.
And India’s apparel sector is a relatively new one, with only about 500 factories employing more than 1 million people.
That’s where we come in.
In our next story, we’ll take a closer look at India’s fast-growing clothing sector.
The Times of India recently reported that the number of Chinese garment factories in India has tripled since the mid-2000s.
The factory is now the country’s fourth-largest in terms of the number in India, behind the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
The Times of the Indian Express, which has been critical of the Chinese-made garments and apparel industry in India since it began publishing in the country in the late 1990s, says that it’s a testament to the country being “a country where people can express themselves in a way that is not only authentic, but also fashionable and fashionable.”
While the textile sector has seen a massive increase in the past few decades, its share of the global apparel industry has remained relatively stagnant at around 10 percent, according to the Global Fashion Index, an independent global research group that tracks the state of the industry.
(For more on the index, read “The Indian Fashion Industry: A Tale of Two Cities.”)
India is a country where many Indians are comfortable in the company of people from different backgrounds and different cultures, but the fashion industry has a long way to go to reach that level of acceptance.
“The fashion industry in China is much larger and they have very, very strong standards of standards and regulations and they are very supportive of a diversity of cultures and different languages and different nationalities,” said Anjali Dhar, chief executive officer of global brand consultancy A.I.R.S.A. The Chinese market has a huge reach into India, which is home to about 7 million people and the country has about 200 million residents.
But it has been difficult for Indian brands to reach those shores.
Dhar said she has seen an increase in demand from Chinese buyers in India in recent years.
“I think in terms on Chinese consumers in India.
We have been getting a lot more Chinese buyers, and the number is rising rapidly,” she said.
The Chinese are buying more clothes and shoes than Indians.
For instance, in the last year, the country imported more than half a million items worth $20 billion, according the World Economic Forum’s Global Economic Outlook 2017, a report that measures global trends in the global economy.
But many Chinese brands, like Gucci, Zara and Zara India, do not have a presence in India at all.
India is also home to one of the largest Chinese communities in the world, with about 40 million Chinese citizens, according data from the Chinese Embassy in India compiled by the Institute of Social Sciences and Social Policy.
The embassy said that the Chinese community is growing rapidly and that there are more than 200,000 Chinese students studying in India each year.
India’s Chinese community has also become more diverse, as its population has grown by 2 million people in the 20 years since the country began listing Chinese as its official language.
That has meant that the country also has a growing Chinese diaspora in India that is growing by an additional 400,000 people a year.
That trend will continue as India’s population continues to increase and as the Chinese population continues its rise, Dhar said.
For now, Chinese-owned brands like L’Oréal and Zoya, both of which are owned by the Zhaodong Group, are not making the jump into India.
Dhar added that Chinese- and Indian-owned clothing brands in India have remained largely niche products.
In fact, many Chinese-based companies are also not investing in the Indian apparel market because of the country having a strong market share, according TOI.
Dhan is one of those companies.
“There’s a certain lack of confidence, but there’s also a lack of money,” she told Bloomberg.
Dhatas India is the only country in India where a significant number of Indian women do not attend formal training.
They are forced to learn a few basics on their own.
And as the country becomes more urban, more and more women are choosing to do manual labor.
That can be a huge hurdle for a small business in India like Dhan’s.
“When I go to the store, I’m afraid that there is no way to learn how to do a job,” she added.
Dha has spent her entire career working in retail and the fashion business.
“If you look at our experience, we are