Shoes are becoming increasingly common in India.
And they’re becoming less expensive, too.
A new study by the research arm of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology found that the cost of shoes in India was now the lowest among the countries in the world.
The study found that in 2014, the average price of a pair of shoes was Rs 1,049, while in 2017 it was Rs 2,878.
The average price in India in 2017 was about 10% lower than in 2014.
In terms of quality, the study found the average pair of footwear was better than the average shoe in the US.
“The average price has come down from the past, but it’s still cheaper than the United States,” said the study’s senior researcher Rajesh Khushnath, a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
“India’s economy is in bad shape, and the lack of demand for shoes is creating a crisis.
People are not able to afford shoes.”
The study, which was published in the International Journal of Health Policy and Practice, looked at price changes for a range of products, including sneakers, running shoes, sneakers, sneakers and running shoes.
It also looked at the price of the footwear itself, as well as the cost per pair.
Here are some of the findings: In the US, shoes were the most expensive item in the study.
The most expensive sneakers cost $6,000, while the most affordable sneakers were $2,000.
Shoes cost the least in the UK, at $1,000 per pair; the least were $1.30.
In India, sneakers cost about $2.80 per pair, but the cheapest sneakers were about $1 per pair in the country.
“In the US and UK, shoes are still the most costly item and are still cheaper for a long time,” said Khush-Nath.
“But it’s now more cost effective to buy shoes from the Indian market, which is a much better quality.
Shoes are cheaper than other brands in India, like Nike, Adidas and Under Armour.”
In the UK and Australia, shoes cost about half as much as in India and are cheaper.
“Shoes in India have become a luxury item.
In the last few years, the quality has improved but the price is still high,” said Bhupendra Jain, an associate professor at IIT-Bombay and an expert in retailing.
In a survey conducted in April 2017, he said, the cost to produce shoes in the United Kingdom was about 60% higher than in India (approximately Rs 4,400 per pair) and in Australia (about $6 per pair).
“Shoe prices in India are much higher than anywhere else in the World,” he said.
Jain added that, as an expert, he is more worried about the shoes being used in a riot than the people who wear them.
The cost of footwear varies across countries, but in India shoes are more expensive than in other countries.
The researchers also found that footwear in India has been in decline since the early 2000s, with footwear production down to just 3% of the market in 2016.
However, footwear in the Indian economy is not only the main source of footwear production in the region.
“We have seen a massive growth in footwear and footwear accessories in the last three decades,” said Rajesh Jain.
“There are many other categories such as accessories, wallets and watches as well.”
Jain said that while India has seen the rise of shoes, there is no data on the demand for them.
“Some of the countries are very competitive and have been producing high-quality products, but not everyone has that luxury,” he added.