The textile industry is a highly profitable industry in Argentina, with revenues reaching more than $4 billion a year.
In 2017, the textile industry accounted for more than half of Argentina’s total exports.
The textile sector’s share of gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to rise to 19.2% by 2027, according to the World Bank.
The textile industry employs nearly 500,000 people.
It has become the country’s second-largest employer in recent years, behind the textile sector.
But the textile manufacturing sector’s fortunes are set to diminish in the coming decades.
The world’s largest producer of textiles, Argentina is the fourth-largest exporter of textile products in the world.
In 2018, the country exported $3.5 billion worth of clothing and clothing accessories.
Argentina also exported $2.5 million worth of raw cotton in 2018, according a report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Argentina has become one of the world’s most influential textile exporters in recent decades, thanks to the textile boom of the 1970s and 1980s.
Its textile industry grew from $1 billion in 1970 to more than 1.8 billion in the mid-2000s.
Argo, an international business magazine, reported in 2016 that Argentina exported $1.7 billion worth, including textile goods, during the past decade.
The government of Argentina has made efforts to diversify its economy, but textile exports have been a major source of income for the country.
The country’s textile industry has seen its exports grow from $3 billion in 2000 to $7 billion in 2018.
This growth has been fueled by the textile mills that were built to provide cheaper, more uniform, and higher quality products.
However, Argentina has seen a decline in the countrys textile industry.
The decline in textile exports began in the 1990s, when textile mills were shuttered.
As a result, there was a significant decrease in the textile production of Argentina.
The result was a drop in textile production.
The industry was hit hard by the economic crisis of 2008, when Argentina was the world´s third-largest textile exporter.
The global textile industry suffered the worst recession in history, and Argentina suffered an economic crisis and a currency crisis in 2009.
The countrys government responded by reducing the import duty on textile goods to around 30% from the current 30% rate.
The government also instituted a tax on imported clothing.
However, the current crisis is not limited to the textiles industry.
In 2015, the Argentinaian economy grew by 1.3%, which is the largest growth in the past four years.
However the textile export sector contracted by nearly 4% in the same year.
The drop in imports is partly due to the country´s decision to sell textile products directly to China.
Arguably, the main reason for the decrease in textile export was the country s economic recession.
During the recession, Argentina lost over 1 million jobs and a substantial portion of the textile factories were shut down.
But this recession also affected other industries in Argentina.
The impact of the recession on the textile industries has been felt since 2016.