The Opal Jewelry Industry of India, which is a government-funded industry, has more than 8,500 registered employees and employs more than 5,000.
It’s the biggest export market in the world, and the country is home to more than 10 million people, according to the Indian Ministry of Commerce.
The industry, which makes jewelry from opal, blue gold and gemstones, is largely unregulated.
But in a country where a growing number of people are taking to the streets, the government wants to crack down on the industry.
The government is considering a crackdown on the opal industry, including requiring manufacturers to register with the government and pay tax.
But this has faced fierce opposition from some opal-based jewelry companies, which say it will undermine the industry and harm the local economy.
The government, which has the final say on the licensing and taxation of the industry, is looking into a number of proposals, including increasing the number of registered and taxed companies.
The government has said it is considering whether to make the industry more regulated or to regulate the production of opal from scratch.
But the industry is struggling to meet growing demand.
According to the government, the country’s average annual output of opals, or blue gold, is estimated at more than $5 billion.
The opals are also used in many high-end jewellery, including gold and diamonds.
In 2015, the industry employed more than 7,500 people, up from 2,000 the previous year.
But some of the opals and gold produced by the industry are being sold abroad, and in recent years, India has become a transit market for the metal, which could hurt the local industry.