Indian construction industry is on a tear.
The number of companies working on projects around the world has grown exponentially in recent years, with more than 40,000 companies registered with the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the first six months of 2016.
The White House is one of these companies.
In fact, according to a new report by the International Trade Center (ITC), the White and Blue House have become the most trafficked building in India.
In a recent report, ITC estimated that over $3 billion in new projects are currently being planned for India’s construction sector.
The ITC estimates that the country’s construction industry has grown at over 300% since the year 2000.
The sector is now the third largest in the world behind China and the United States.
But construction is not the only sector booming in India, with the country also experiencing the second fastest growth in jobs.
According to the World Bank, India’s labor force, currently the third most populous in the globe, is projected to increase by 20% from 2016 to 2022.
India’s construction boom has been the focus of a growing international debate on job creation and wages in the country.
India, which is the world’s fourth-largest economy, has struggled to create jobs and wages since the economic crisis of 2008.
The country’s unemployment rate hovers around 20%, a rate which has been largely attributed to the country being plagued by rampant corruption.
However, the country has taken steps to bring its economy back on track.
The government has implemented a slew of measures to bring jobs back to the construction industry.
It has set up a central fund for jobs, introduced an anti-corruption commission and implemented an economic growth strategy.
These are all things that have helped boost the economy in the past few years.
According TOI’s report, the ITC also found that India’s total construction output rose by over 9,000 construction jobs in 2016, while the total jobs created was about 7,500.
This means that the Indian construction sector has become the fourth most trafficated in the entire world, ahead of China and United States and ahead of countries like Indonesia, Mexico, the Philippines, Turkey, and Bangladesh.
In addition, the sector is also responsible for the second highest number of foreign direct investment (FDI) in India’s history.
The growth in the sector has been attributed to several factors.
These include an improved infrastructure, improved manufacturing capabilities, improved technology, and improved technology transfer.
The rise in demand for construction work has also helped to drive the growth of the industry, with Indian companies already exporting around 10,000 new construction jobs every year.
According the ITI, a report released earlier this year, the Indian Construction Industry, which represents 1.8% of India’s GDP, is the fourth largest construction industry in the Indian subcontinent, behind China, the United Kingdom, and United Arab Emirates.
It is also the second-largest industry after construction in the state of Bihar, which accounts for about 12% of the countrys total economy.