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Textile business actors agree on minimum wage arrangements based on Government Regulation number 36 of 2021 concerning Wages. Based on this calculation, the minimum wage increase in 2022 is 1.09%. This figure was agreed upon by business actors in the midst of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. "We are adjusting to government regulations, according to PP 36 of 2021," said Pan Brothers Vice CEO Anne Patricia, Wednesday (17/11). Anne says the use of applicable rules makes explanations more acceptable. Especially from the side of workers who have been demanding a wage increase of up to 10%.

 

General Chairman of the Central Executive Federation of Textile, Clothing and Leather Workers Unions - All-Indonesian Workers Union (FSP TSK SPSI) Roy Jinto said workers in West Java (West Java) agreed to conduct regional and national strikes if the demand for a minimum wage of 10 percent in 2022 was not met. accepted by the government. "We will strike before the determination of the minimum wage in 2022 and December 2022, if the Constitutional Court (MK) does not cancel the Job Creation Law, which in our opinion is contrary to the 1945 Constitution and Law 12 of 2011," Roy said in a written message, Wednesday (17/11). ).

 

The upstream textile industry is worried about the increase in electricity rates of PT PLN (Persero) in line with the plan to implement a carbon tax for coal-fired power plants or coal-fired power plants worth IDR 30 per kilogram of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) next year. Secretary General of the Indonesian Filament Yarn and Fiber Producers Association (APSyFI) Redma Gita Wirawasta said the increase in electricity rates for state-owned companies was inevitable after the implementation of the carbon levy. However, Redma said the Fiscal Policy Agency (BKF) and PT PLN had not yet arrived at a definitive decision regarding the payment scheme for the carbon levy.