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 The Small and Medium Industry (IKM) of Majalaya, Badung Regency screamed because the price of yarn as a raw material has skyrocketed in recent months. Rohimat, one of the entrepreneurs of the Majalaya Textile IKM, said that in the last 3 months the price of raw materials for making cloth has increased significantly. "For the past 3 months, yarn prices have continued to rise. The average increase is between 25-30 percent," said Rohimat, Monday, June 6, 2022. He gave an example of the price of white polyester yarn from the original only Rp. 28.000/kg which rose to Rp. 33.000/kg. Even with TE, which was originally only Rp. 24,000/kg, now it has increased to Rp. 35,000/kg.

"The increase in cotton is very high, from Rp. 7,000,000/bal to now Rp. 10,500, 000/bale," he said.

The increase in the price of raw materials made the Majalaya textile IKM business actors scream.

This is because the price of cloth sold to the market has not increased at all.

"Traders at the shop don't want us to increase the price of cloth. If the price of cloth is raised, no one will buy it," he said.

As a result, many IKM Majalaya business actors are threatened with stopping fabric production due to the rising prices of raw materials which have skyrocketed in the last 3 months.

"We hope that the government can intervene to improve the yarn trading system," he said.

If not, many Majalaya textile IKM business actors will stop production, one of the effects of which is employee housing.