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Government spending on domestic products, which is targeted at IDR 400 trillion, is claimed to be a factor in the increasingly expansive manufacturing purchasing manager index (PMI) of Indonesia. According to the Minister of Industry (Menperin) Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, government spending driven by the Increase in the Use of Domestic Products (P3DN) program has shown a significant increase. "An increase in government orders for manufactured products, especially in the textile and textile products (TPT) sector, as well as electronic equipment machinery," he said, Monday (1/8/2022).

 

The manufacturing industry managed to escape global geopolitical pressures amid the post-pandemic recovery in the first semester of 2022. However, it takes a strategy that is no less precise that must be prepared for the second half of 2022. The Central Statistics Agency noted that all sectors in the manufacturing industry recorded positive performance throughout the first semester of 2022. Shipping manufacturing is the sector with the most impressive performance. The export value of the sector in the first half of 2022 grew rapidly to 1,209.76 percent compared to the same period the previous year with a value of US $ 590 million.

 

The Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) built an integrated textile ecosystem on the 100th anniversary of the Indonesian textile industry which was held in Bandung. This step is to strengthen the textile and textile product (TPT) industry by involving various stakeholders. The integrated textile ecosystem is in the form of an Industrial Services and Solution Center (ISSC) facility at the Center for Standardization and Textile Industry Services (BBSPJIT). This facility has been used by the textile industry since the final semester of 2021.