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Semarang, Idol 92.6 FM- Garment entrepreneurs in Semarang City complained about the impact of the war between Ukraine and Russia, which resulted in reduced demand or the European market. This will be an obstacle, if the war lasts long enough. Head of Apindo Semarang City, Dedy Mulyadi Ali, said that the market for garment products and textile products to Europe is decreasing, due to the impact of the war between Ukraine and Russia. Currently, many requests come from Egypt, Dubai and around the Middle East and the United States. The statement was said when met at his factory in the Wijaya Kusuma industrial area, recently.

 

The West Java Creative Works (KKJ) and West Java Crafts Week (PKJB) 2022 were officially held today. The event, which carries the theme “Green Economy and Inclusive Finance for Sustainable Economic Acceleration”, collaborates with 2,000 MSMEs to showcase various fashion, craft, craft, coffee, tea, culinary and tourism products typical of West Java. The Governor of West Java, Ridwan Kamil, said that according to the president's directive, 40 percent of government spending must come from MSME products. So this activity is a good opportunity for MSME actors to show themselves.

In order to accelerate the national economic recovery after the pandemic which is dominated by Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), the Government through the Ministry of Communications and Informatics launched the Digital Technology 4.0 Adoption Program for MSMEs on Friday (13/5). Minister of Communication and Information Johnny G Plate said through this program the government seeks to optimize the potential and productivity of MSMEs by encouraging digitization for MSMEs that still sell offline.