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The Association of Indonesian Fiber and Filament Yarn Producers (APSyFI) stated that the national textile industry is optimistic that it can return to its pre-pandemic position in 2021.

The Indonesian Textile Association (API) stated that the national textile and textile product (TPT) trade balance surplus is believed to grow positively again in 2020. However, the growth of the textile industry as a whole will still move in the red zone due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The apparent growth of the textile industry and textile products (TPT) sector is a challenge for the Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi to solve the problem. The import-driven growth of the textile industry has resulted in hundreds of factories out of business in the last 3 years. The high growth in textile imports as a result of trade policies that are considered pro-import also results in low investment.