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There are several sectors in Indonesia that are most vulnerable to the global economic recession. Especially those that depend the most on exports, such as coal to textiles. Executive Director of the Center of Reform on Economics (CORE) Mohammad Faisal said Indonesia has the potential to be affected by the global recession. Export demand will be reduced from countries that are entering the brink of recession. "So those who depend more on the export market, especially exports to countries hit by the recession, are the most vulnerable," said Faisal, Wednesday (28/9).

You don't have to go all the way to Jakarta and Tangerang to go to the textile center to buy clothing materials. It turns out that there is also one in Bogor, which is in the textile center in the Citeureup area, Bogor Regency, namely Pasar Anggada. This textile center is located on the side of the road, precisely on Jalan Mayor Oking Jayaatmaja, Puspasari Village, Citeureup District, Bogor Regency. According to one textile seller, Samsuri said that this Anggada Market had existed for several years.


Batik makers at UKM Putra Serayu, Notog Village, Banyumas Regency, Central Java, participated in a Japanese-style shibori technique training organized by the Community Service Team (PKM) at Jenderal Soedirman University (Unsoed). Unsoed PKM Team Leader Ari Asnani explained that shibori is a textile technique from Japan by dyeing, tying, folding, twisting, and sewing fabrics to form unique patterns. According to him, the shibori technique and process is more varied than the jumputan technique which has been commonly used to make jumputan cloth in batik art.