The tobacco industry is still a small and tight-knit industry with some of the biggest names in the industry.
However, with the arrival of electronic cigarettes and the introduction of e-cigarettes, the tobacco industry has seen a rapid increase in its size.
According to the latest figures, the total tobacco industry employs 1.2 million people in the country.
The number of smokers in India is growing rapidly and is expected to reach 9.5 million by 2020, with over 6 million of them being under the age of 30.
Tobacco production in India was valued at around $3.4 billion in 2011.
According to research conducted by the Economic Survey Institute of India, India’s tobacco industry was valued in 2011 at about $1.9 billion.
In addition to this, India also has a huge tobacco industry, with a total value of about $15 billion.
The country has a relatively small tobacco industry because most of the production takes place in rural areas and is not seen as a priority for large corporations.
The tobacco industry in India also contributes to the country’s national security.
According to an analysis done by the National Institute of Defence Research, the government is willing to spend up to $10 billion on research and development.
“We are hoping that this will result in significant reductions in smoking-related deaths in the coming years,” said Srikanth Kumar, CEO of Tobacco India.
The Government of India also sees a significant role for tobacco in the development of India.
According the India Tobacco Control Project, tobacco use is associated with a wide range of health problems, ranging from respiratory diseases, diabetes and cancer to premature death and heart disease.