International dairy traders have a lot to be excited about.
In fact, they are in the middle of the biggest global dairy market of the 21st century, which means there are plenty of opportunities for international dairy traders to make money and take advantage of all the opportunities in the industry.
The global dairy industry is booming and the market is expected to grow by 15% to 25% annually by 2025, according to the World Bank.
But it is not just the global dairy trade that is growing fast.
In India, the country with the world’s second-largest dairy sector, the sector is growing at double digits, according the Indian Dairy Trade Association.
India is the country’s largest producer of dairy products and the world leader in the production of cow milk.
And it is also India’s most populous state, which is why many of its dairy traders are making a lot of money.
“India’s dairy sector is the biggest export market of all,” said Anurag Nair, president of the International Dairy Trade Associations (IDTA).
“We have a very strong and highly diversified export base.”
India is India’s second biggest dairy producer and is one of the top three export markets for the dairy industry.
For the past decade, India has exported a huge number of products including dairy products, milk powder, cheese and cheese-like products to other countries.
But its dairy trade has been on the decline.
The industry is currently facing a huge challenge.
According to IDTA, the market for international trade in dairy products is projected to grow to $13.4 billion by 2025 from $4.8 billion in 2017.
That represents a 25% jump in growth in the market.
The growth in international dairy trade is expected in the first half of 2019, but will slow down to 5% by the end of the year.
According the World Trade Organization, there are about 1.1 billion dairy products being exported globally every year.
The total value of all dairy products sold in the world in 2019 is $7.7 trillion.
India alone accounts for a third of that.
The world is also a very big market for milk powder.
There are more than 200 dairy producers in the country.
And while India has one of India’s largest dairy markets, it is actually a very small market.
It has a population of about 12 million and an area of 634 square kilometres.
But it is expected that the country will export an estimated $5.2 billion worth of milk powder products in 2019.
The market for cheese is also growing at an exponential rate.
Cheese is the second-most popular cheese after cheese products.
But in India, it does not have as much of a market.
In 2018, India exported $1.3 billion worth cheese products, about a third as much as in 2017, according IDTA.
But by 2019, the number of cheese exports will reach $4 billion, an increase of almost 70% from the previous year.
In fact, India is one the most important markets for cheese in the entire world.
Cheese has been growing rapidly in India for the past two decades, particularly in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The state has the largest cheese production in the nation, which also has a major cheese-making industry.
In the state, cheese is being exported at a rate of 1,000 metric tonnes per year.
But there is another sector that has grown in the past few years.
Dairy products are exported at an increasing rate.
In 2017, the total value for cheese exports was $7 billion.
By 2019, it will reach more than $8 billion.
“India’s export market for dairy products will grow at double digit rates,” said Nair.
“The value of cheese exported in 2019 will be $20 billion and $30 billion in 2020, with the price of cheese being around $10 billion in 2019 and $15 billion in 2021.”
There are plenty more opportunities in India’s dairy market.
For instance, the state is also an important supplier of milk to the global market.
“We export about $8 million worth of dairy milk every day to other parts of the world, mainly the US, UK, Canada and Australia,” said Manoj Kumar, chief executive officer of the Dairy Export Promotion Board (DEPB).
“India is also one of our main markets for cheeses.
It produces a lot.
But cheese exports have been declining for some time now.
There is an increasing demand for cheese products in India,” said Kumar.
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According to IDTI, there is an estimated 20 million dairy farmers in the Indian state of Gujarat, where the state accounts for almost one-third of the country as a whole.
But the state also has the second biggest global market for cow milk, with an estimated 8.3 million dairy cows being produced in 2017-2018.
The number of cow cows produced in India increased by