Volvo is working to build an ambitious $100-billion factory in a country that is in the throes of an economic crisis.
The South Asian nation is the world’s largest auto market, but the economy has slowed since the global financial crisis.
As a result, Volvo has been struggling to find qualified workers for its plants in India.
It has struggled to find skilled engineers for its assembly plants in Brazil, where it has had a factory for the last two years.
In December, the company announced plans to spend $400 million to construct a new plant in the Indian state of Gujarat, where the world carmaker has a factory.
India’s economy is estimated to grow by just 1.7 percent this year, down from a 3.2 percent growth rate in the previous year, according to government data.
Volvo has struggled for years to find enough skilled workers to build its cars, especially in India, where its cars are exported.
While it has a strong workforce, the country has also faced a series of problems that have been exacerbated by the crisis.
One of those problems is a shortage of skilled workers.
The government is also investing in the construction of a large, new assembly plant in Gujarat.
The new factory will create at least 200,000 jobs in the state of West Bengal.
Volvo will build its first car in India next year.
The factory will be located near the Indian city of Ahmedabad.
The company said it plans to employ 10,000 people in the plant and the plant itself will employ 30,000.