In 2016, India became the second-worst state in the country for chemical industry, and it remains the second worst in the world for industrial chemicals production, according to the 2017 report by the Chemical Industry Council of India (CICI).
The United States remains the worst for chemicals manufacturing.
The worst state for chemicals production was followed by India, followed by Russia, and the UK, according the report.
The report found that in 2016, the country exported nearly $13.7 billion worth of chemicals, including about $2.7 million worth of chemical products, to China, Japan, Australia, and Germany.
That figure is more than twice as much as in 2015, but less than half as much in 2008.
The biggest contributor to India’s $13 billion was India’s chemical industry.
India has more than 80 chemical companies, and they have a combined output of about $1.5 billion per year, according TOI’s calculations.
India’s Chemical Industries Council (CicI) has said that the country is not only in the middle of a “crisis” but also in a “danger zone” for the chemical industry as well as the country as a whole.
It’s time to reform and modernise the Indian chemical sector, which it says is “in dire need of major reforms.”
The government has recently started a drive to modernise its chemical industry and has invested $10 billion in the sector over the past two years.
A major reason behind the chemical sector’s problems is the lack of government support.
The government spends more on basic services like electricity, gas, road and rail, than on the chemicals sector, according a recent report by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
In 2016-17, the state of West Bengal spent more on chemical infrastructure than it did on education, healthcare, infrastructure, and rural development.
In India, the government spends about $5 billion a year on the chemical industries.
The state of Tamil Nadu, which is home to the largest number of chemical plants, spent almost $4.5 million a year, or about $200 million a month.
India spent about $30 million a day on chemical industry activities in 2017-18, according data compiled by the CICI.
However, India’s manufacturing chemical industry has seen a sharp decline over the years.
In 2014, the industry accounted for about 10% of India’s total exports.
Today, the sector accounts for about 13% of exports, according CICIs estimates.
In 2015, India exported more than $1 billion worth for chemical products.
That number has dropped to just $8.7 for 2016-2017, the latest year for which data is available.
In the same year, India also exported about $3.4 billion worth chemicals to China and Russia.
However this is only a fraction of what the Indian chemicals industry is worth.
According to a report by India’s National Institute of Science, Technology and Engineering (NISTE), the country has about $15.4 trillion in the total chemical sector in total, of which roughly $1 trillion is worth $7.6 trillion.
The remaining $5 trillion worth of the total is worth only $1,923.4 million a single year.
The total value of the Indian manufacturing chemical sector is more that the total amount of exports of China and Japan combined, and that is just a small part of the industry’s total value.
The chemicals industry was worth $11.4.3 trillion in 2016-19.
However the state has invested about $4 billion on modernising it and the government is also spending about $10.5-billion a month on chemicals manufacturing activities.
The Indian chemicals sector is also a major source of jobs for people in the state, but the jobs are not sustainable.
According the latest figures available, the number of people employed in the chemical sectors in the United States is only 4% of what it was in 1950.
In 2019, the total number of manufacturing workers in the US was 4.7%, and India had about 5.1% of its manufacturing workforce.
However there are other indicators to help determine the true extent of India ‘s chemical industry woes.
The most recent CIC reports that India’s industrial chemicals output was $7 trillion in 2015-16, with the industry accounting for about 15% of total global production.
But the number was just 1.7% of the world total in 2020-21, according ToI.
In 2020-22, the industrial chemicals industry accounted to 13.2% of global production, but India accounted for only 1.5% of that.
The data from the United Nations Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (UNOECD) also showed that the industrial chemical industry in India accounts for just 0.2 percentage point of total world industrial production in 2016.
In 2018, the United Kingdom was the world’s largest producer of industrial chemicals, producing about 3.5 trillion tonnes.
India had just 3.3%