The textile industry has seen a resurgence in the past few years.
The industry employs over a million people in the Portuguese nation and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of over 8% in the next five years.
According to a study by the Institute for Industrial Research and Statistics (IRIN) in 2016, the textile industry employs more than 2.5 million people.
In fact, the number of textile factories in Portugal has tripled over the last five years, with the industry expected to employ nearly 1 million workers in 2021.
The textile industry was once dominated by the black and white industry, but in recent years, the white and black textile industries have diversified.
A number of new textile and footwear industries have opened in the country.
The first major textile industry opened in Portugal in 1843, and today, the country’s textile industry consists of more than 200,000 textile and clothing factories.
However, the industry has struggled to find a sustainable growth rate in recent decades due to the global financial crisis.
The government recently launched a plan to boost the textile sector’s profitability, and the government has invested more than 10 billion euros ($10.3 billion) in textile facilities.
The future of the textile production industryIn 2016, researchers at the International Institute of Textiles (IIT) conducted a study on the potential of the industry in the future.
According the study, the new textile industries can be seen as an example of a future of global economic growth, in which the textile and apparel industries are an integral part of a growing global economy.
The study, published in the journal Globalization & Society, analyzed a variety of scenarios and found that the textile, footwear, apparel, and construction sectors can provide jobs to over 5 million people by 2060.
However it noted that these industries are facing challenges in finding the right balance between jobs and economic growth.
The paper found that while the global textile industry could provide jobs, it was also facing significant problems in terms of the availability of skilled workers.
For instance, the study found that many textile workers were leaving the industry due to increasing unemployment.
This meant that the global economy is not yet ready for a new wave of job creation.
While the paper’s main findings point to the need for a shift in textile production to a more global economy, it also notes that there are challenges ahead.
For example, it noted the need to diversify the textile industries to make them more competitive in the global market.
According to the study’s authors, it is imperative that the international textile and garment industries are diversified, and that the government invests in them in order to create jobs and strengthen the economy.
However the textile manufacturing industry could face challenges in the long run.
For instance, many textile factories have opened overseas, meaning that the number and quality of skilled labor are lower than what they could be.
In addition, it would be difficult for the industry to sustain its growth in the longer term if there were fewer skilled workers and more people leaving the country, according to the IIT.
The IIT, however, noted that the study does not imply that the country should completely abandon textile manufacturing, as some of the sectors can still benefit from continued investment.
The report also noted that although the textile workers are not the only workers who need to be supported in order for the textile factory to survive, they can be a part of the solution.
For this reason, the government should ensure that textile workers have the opportunities to develop and improve their skills.