The first day of a shopping trip to Indonesia will be filled with excitement.
The sun is shining, and the air is cool.
But the excitement of buying a new dress is not just about the new clothes themselves.
If the customer is from a developing country, she will want to wear them.
Many people want to express their individuality and their own sense of style.
In Indonesia, this can be achieved by dressing in local clothing and by making their own personal style.
Here are some ideas for people from the developing world.
The Indonesian fashion industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that provides jobs, education, and economic opportunities for the people of the country.
It is also an important part of the local economy.
According to data from the Ministry of Tourism, more than $2.8 billion was invested in Indonesian apparel last year.
It includes clothing and accessories that are exported to the US and Europe.
Fashion designers work in the fashion industry and often take on a larger role than traditional fashion houses.
According the United Nations, Indonesia has the largest garment manufacturing industry in the world.
It employs more than 3.3 million people.
In terms of merchandise sales, Indonesia’s clothing exports were worth about $10 billion last year and its apparel sales were worth $12.4 billion.
These numbers have been growing steadily.
In 2012, Indonesia exported about $1.9 billion worth of clothing and $1 billion worth in merchandise.
In 2016, the country exported about an additional $1 million worth of apparel.
In 2017, Indonesia had exported an additional amount of $3.6 billion worth.
The total number of people in Indonesia who are employed in the clothing industry has risen from about 5 million in 1999 to 20 million in 2015.
It now employs more people than the government.
In 2018, the number of Indonesians employed in this industry rose from 935,000 to 1.7 million.
However, the trend is not sustainable.
According in the International Labour Organization (ILO), Indonesia is experiencing a shortage of skilled labour and is projected to reach the limit of the supply of workers by 2021.
In 2020, the ILO estimated that there will be only around 9,000 skilled workers in Indonesia.
This number has already increased in recent years.
The number of unemployed Indonesians has also increased.
According data from Statistics Indonesia, about 9 percent of the Indonesian population is unemployed, and that number has increased by more than 50 percent since 2013.
In fact, in 2017, the unemployment rate was 2.8 percent.
This unemployment rate is significantly higher than the national average of 4.4 percent.
The unemployment rate in Indonesia has been increasing, according to figures from the Indonesian government.
According information from Statistics, in 2021, Indonesia will have the lowest unemployment rate of any country in the region.
Indonesia is also facing a shortage in construction workers.
According figures from Ministry of Urban Development, the government is working to increase the number and quality of the construction workers, and it has introduced a number of incentives for employers to hire local workers.
In addition, it has increased the minimum wage to 25,000 rupiah ($1,000) per month.
This will increase the wages of construction workers from 30,000 Rupiah per month to 40,000 per month in 2022.
In 2021, construction workers will be paid an average wage of $1,800 per month, which is around 25 percent more than the average salary of construction contractors.
The construction workers have been making less than their counterparts in other countries, but the government and employers have been giving them more than they deserve.
According Statistics Indonesia data, the median annual salary of the workers employed in construction is only 15,000 dollars.
However the average annual salary paid to the workers in other industries is $18,000, which represents around 50 percent more.
This is the reason why there is a strong demand for the services that the workers provide.
The minimum wage is one of the reasons why Indonesians want to work in construction.
However this wage is not enough for the workers.
It also does not provide for the basic necessities of life.
In order to be able to live a normal life, the minimum income has to be sufficient.
This makes it impossible for the construction industry to survive.
Construction workers do not have adequate health insurance, the wages are low, and their working conditions are poor.
They are also forced to live in cramped conditions and face long hours of waiting in line.
The lack of a basic standard of living has created a situation where people cannot earn enough money to live their lives.
In the first half of 2021, the construction sector employed about 5.5 million people, of which 1.6 million worked in construction related industries.
According statistics from the Construction Ministry, only about 6.5 percent of construction jobs are in construction-related industries.
In other words, the majority of construction work in Indonesia is in construction and manufacturing related industries such as hotels, hotels, restaurants, and hotels.