It’s no secret that the world is in the grip of a nail manufacturing crisis, and it’s about to get worse.

The nail manufacturing industry employs more than a billion people worldwide, and its collapse could have a devastating impact on the global economy.

“This is a massive industry, and we’re talking about millions of jobs,” says Dr. Matthew A. Tully, an associate professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

“And the nail factories have a lot of employees that have lost their jobs.

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) estimates that there are around 5 million jobs in the nail industry, but the nail manufacturing sector accounts for more than 80 percent of all manufacturing jobs. “

What we know is that this industry has become very competitive,” Tully says.

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) estimates that there are around 5 million jobs in the nail industry, but the nail manufacturing sector accounts for more than 80 percent of all manufacturing jobs.

According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), nail manufacturing employs nearly 4 million people, including more than 8 million in China and about 1.4 million in Vietnam.

There are also approximately 7.5 million workers in nail factories in the United States, and about 11 million workers employed in the U.K. and Australia.

The United Nations estimates that nail manufacturing in China is estimated to be worth about $5.7 trillion.

The world’s most expensive nail factory in China, the Dalian Nail Industry Group (DNFG), closed in 2013.

DNFG, a subsidiary of China’s national nail manufacturing conglomerate, Dalian Group, is the largest manufacturer of nail polishes in the world.

Its flagship factory in the city of Dalian, China, produces more than 50 million nail polishing products each year.

The company also has a small manufacturing plant in India, where it makes other nail products, including polishes for hair care and makeup.

The DNFGs main rival in China’s nail manufacturing space is the Dongguan Nail Company.

Dongguans main plant, in Dongguang, is one of the largest nail manufacturing plants in the country.

It is the second-largest nail factory by market value in the whole country.

The Dongguanzan Nails factory employs about 1,000 people and has a turnover of $3.5 billion, according to the company’s website.

In India, Dongguanyin, the third-largest manufacturer of polish products, has another nail manufacturing facility in the western state of Madhya Pradesh, with a turnover in excess of $5 billion.

In the United Kingdom, there are roughly 7 million people employed in nail manufacturing.

The manufacturing industry is also booming in the developing world.

The Global Nail Market Association (GNA) estimates there are about 9.4 billion people working in nail manufacture.

It estimates that the global nail manufacturing market could reach $3 trillion by 2020.

The GNA estimates that China alone will account for around one-third of this market by the end of this decade.

The industry has also been hit hard by the collapse of the European Union’s (EU) economy, which is expected to shrink by nearly a third this year.

According, the nail trade is currently worth $500 billion annually, making the nail business the second largest economy in the European Economic Area.

According the International Nail Association (INTA), the global supply chain for nails is worth more than $7 trillion and that in China alone, nail manufacturing is responsible for $4.6 trillion.

It’s not just nail manufacturers who are suffering.

The worldwide economy has been hit by the global financial crisis as well.

The Great Recession of 2007-2009 wiped out around $5 trillion in the global stock market, according the INTA.

And the nail factory industry was also hit hard.

According a report released by the World Bank in 2017, nail manufacturers lost more than one-quarter of their manufacturing jobs during the Great Recession.

It estimated that more than 3.7 million workers lost their employment in 2016.

That number could be even higher if China’s economy were to collapse.

The global nail industry is now struggling with a new crisis.

“I’m not sure that they have the resources or the will to make that turnaround.” “

The Chinese government, the Chinese authorities are not in a position to make a quick turnaround to the future,” Tullys remarks.

“I’m not sure that they have the resources or the will to make that turnaround.”

Tully is optimistic, however, and thinks the nail manufacturers in China can find a way to survive the crisis.

“It’s not as if we’re looking at a nail factory closing down in China.

I think there’s an opportunity here,” he says.

“If you have a business model where you can have a very high turnover, you have enough disposable income to continue producing the products, then you can probably survive a lot longer than the nail companies in China.”

The nail industry also has an opportunity in developing countries, where the nail