India has one of the lowest cotton production per capita in the world, making it the world’s third most expensive country to produce the cotton fiber.
That means it can cost up to a third less to produce cotton than the cheapest country, Brazil, which produces 10 times as much cotton.
But it’s not all bad news, because India is a major exporter of other types of cotton as well.
For instance, it is one of only three countries that has no laws preventing it from exporting cotton to the United States.
That’s because, unlike the US, India has no restrictions on its exports.
That is the reason why India has been the world leader in cotton production for decades, according to an infographic produced by India’s National Cotton Council.
This infographic was created by the National Cotton Corporation of India, a trade body that represents cotton producers in India.
And unlike the cotton market in the US or China, which is dominated by a handful of major companies, the cotton sector in India is growing at a rapid pace.
So the number of cotton farms in India has increased more than five-fold over the past five years.
The data comes from a new report by the Global Cotton Council, which monitors global cotton prices.
The Council estimates that India has the largest potential for the world to grow cotton at around 8 million hectares (26 million acres) per year, up from 6.6 million hectares in 2016.
This would mean that, with a few hundred million hectares of land being planted each year, India could potentially produce more than 100 million tonnes of cotton a year by 2030.
If India is able to achieve this, it would be the largest agricultural sector in the developing world.
However, it’s also an issue for India’s textile industry.
The country’s textile production is one-third of the world total, but the textile industry has only just begun to take off.
This year, the industry is expected to grow a whopping 30 percent in terms of its workforce.
So how does it compare to its competitors in the textile sector?
According to the report, India’s industry is relatively small compared to other parts of the textile market, which account for almost half of the total market.
That includes China, Indonesia, and the United Kingdom, but also Brazil, South Africa, Mexico, and others.
While India is not among the top five cotton producing countries in the entire world, it does rank highly on a global scale, ranking above Brazil, Brazil and the US.
This is due to the country’s low prices for cotton.
The World Bank’s latest report on the value of the global textile market estimates that the value per unit of cotton (CPV) of India was $15,000 in 2017.
That compares to the value in China, China and the Philippines.
However that doesn’t mean India’s CPV is cheap.
In fact, India is one the most expensive cotton producing nations in the global market.
According to an analysis from the World Bank, the average price per unit in India was nearly $100 per kilogram.
This means that cotton that is produced at a high cost in India will cost about $400 more than that produced elsewhere.
So, in order to be competitive, the textile industries in India need to be able to produce higher prices.
And they do.
For example, cotton that’s grown at a lower cost in the country will have a lower price than cotton that was grown at higher cost.
This has led to the textile companies in India taking on the role of the producers of the cheap cotton.
It’s also important to note that there are many factors that affect the value for the cotton in a particular plant.
For starters, there is the cost of labour.
For many cotton growing countries, the cost for labour is one or two times that of the price of the crop.
And there are also environmental and economic factors that have to be taken into account.
For this reason, the price for cotton produced in India should be competitive with the prices in the major cotton producing regions of the US and China.
In addition, India also has an abundance of land.
While the average area of land in India (m2) is just over 2.2 million hectares, the total area of the country is roughly 4.6 billion hectares.
This places India among the largest cotton producing areas in the World, according a recent report from the United Nations.
The fact that India is also a major supplier of textile machinery makes it an attractive place for textile manufacturers, who can get the necessary machinery to produce and market their goods.
In 2016, India exported some $100 billion worth of textile equipment to the US alone, according the report.
This also means that, according an estimate by the Council, the value (per unit) of the Indian cotton industry is nearly $2 trillion.
The textile industry in India also employs a large number of migrant workers.
This makes it particularly