The world’s highest cost projective equipment is not a fancy new gadget but the work of a hundred thousand labourers from various countries, a new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has found.
The ILO report has been made public on the organisation’s website.
The ILO has compiled a list of the world’s most expensive projective items.
The report, called “The World’s Most Expensive Projective Items”, is based on data collected from around the world.
The world’s costliest projective item is a tool used to drill holes in sand or gravel, and the report says that the average cost per hole is $25,000.
But the tool is used by over three million people worldwide, says the report.
The tool can also be used to cut through soil or rock to drill into sand or sandstone, with a cost of $100,000 per drill.
The tool can be used on a small scale to drill small holes in the ground.
It can also drill into the ground to get into a deep trench to drill through sand or rock.
The cost of the tool can range from $10,000 to $60,000, depending on the depth and size of the hole.
The report says, however, that the tool has an “extremely high” life span.
It is able to withstand up to 20,000 drill holes per year, and can withstand a maximum depth of 50cm.
It has a lifespan of more than 10,000 years, and has been used in almost 50 countries.
According to the ILO, this tool is not just used to get down to the bottom of the ground and dig out rock or soil, but also to drill for coal or oil.
It also has the capability to cut down to 50cm into the earth and drill through it, and it can cut through sand to drill up to 150cm into sandstone.
The most expensive item on the list is a machine used to measure soil density, which is used to estimate how deep a trench should be dug for the trench to be drilled, says The Hindu.
The machine costs $250,000 and can drill through 1,500 square metres of ground in a day, the report said.
The cost of a tool that can drill holes, cut through the soil, drill into a trench and drill deeper than 1,000 metres, are the main costs associated with projective gear.
The most expensive tool is the drill bit, which can cost up to $150,000 in a country.
The drill bit can be easily found in the most expensive of the tools.
The biggest expense of a projective drill is a drill bit that can cut into soil to drill a hole to drill deeper.
The device cost $120,000; a hole can be drilled in a 50cm by 50cm trench, and a drill that can take 1,800 hours to drill one hole.
The drilling time is much longer in countries like the US, which have an average annual drilling time of one month.
The total cost of all the equipment used to produce this type of drill is about $1 billion, says a report by research firm McKinsey.
Another of the most costly items is a saw, which costs $120 million.
The saw can be found in over 60 countries.
The biggest cost associated with the drill equipment is the time required to get the drill tip into the hole and drill the hole out.
The equipment has a life span of 1,100 days, and there are estimated to be over 40 million people working in the US alone, with more than 200 million people employed in the mining sector.
The time required for a hole driller to drill out a hole is about three minutes, the ILOS report said, and that it can be done at any time of the day or night.
The amount of money spent on projective drills is much higher than the cost of those items, and is estimated to go towards the cost to the environment.
According to the report, the average environmental cost associated per drilling is $1.5 billion.
The amount of environmental damage caused by the projective tool is also much higher, costing $12.5 million per year.
In total, the cost per drilling hole is estimated at $8.3 billion, which includes all the materials, such as drill bits, drill bits with a steel core and drill bit attachments.