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The Indonesian Employers' Association (Apindo) protested the policy of the Minister of Manpower (Menaker), Ida Fauziyah, who had issued Minister of Manpower Regulation (Permenaker) No 18 of 2022 concerning Determination of the 2023 Minimum Wage (UMP). Apindo's Head of Employment and Social Security, Anton Supit, revealed that Ida Fauziyah did not coordinate with employers when drafting the Permenaker. "Actually there is a forum called the National Wage Council. Well, the council should have been spoken to because there are the government, trade unions and workers with the Apindo employers. As far as I know it doesn't seem to be discussed," said Anton, Sunday (27/11).


Textile issuer, PT Trisula International Tbk (TRIS) said that it would continue to expand its business in 2023, even though this was done with more caution. Kresna Wilendrata, Corporate Legal at Trisula International, said that one of TRIS's business focuses next year is to maintain and maintain existing customers in the export market. The strategy implemented by TRIS is through the development of made-to-order garment products. "Products like this require us to be flexible in planning production and procurement," he said, Friday (11/25).

The Head of the Trade Policy Agency (BKP) of the Ministry of Trade (Kemendag) Kasan emphasized the need for efforts to equalize perceptions with stakeholders to prevent and recover serious losses for domestic industry players, especially the Textile and Textile Products (TPT) sector. This was emphasized by Kasan when opening the Antidumping, Antisubsidy and Safeguard Investigation Initiation Workshop at the Alila hotel, Solo, Central Java, Friday (11/25/2022). This activity is the second time it has been held by BKP, having previously been held in Bandung on 31 October 2022.