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The Indonesia Textile Association (API) on Nov. 26 2020 organized an online symposium called Towards Responsible Supply Chain. Living up to its promise to highlight stakeholder cooperation, the event featured panellists from different backgrounds related to the textile industry, representing policymakers, think tanks, producers, suppliers and end-users.

The Indonesian textile industry is deemed necessary to make fundamental changes in order to remain competitive in the global market.

Rayon Asia Pacific Director Basrie Kamba said the textile sector is a very vital industry in Indonesia. He considered, if the textile sector is to regain its glory, there needs to be a fundamental change in government policy.