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As part of efforts to prioritize the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) sector, Matahari ("the Company"; stock code: "LPPF") in collaboration with Asia Pacific Rayon launched a textile waste management program on 16 November 2022. As part of the ESG Project Sunrise Matahari, this program encourages Matahari customers to participate in reducing textile waste through recycling processes for a better environmental future. In the first phase, the program focuses on the Nevada Denim Trade-In, which is held at three Matahari outlets, namely Supermal Karawaci (Tangerang), Metropolitan Mall (Bekasi) and Ciputra Mall (Jakarta).

Textile and garment company, PT Trisula International Tbk (TRIS) continues to benefit from increased sales in the export market. Until the third quarter of 2022, TRIS' net profit jumped by 320% year on year (YoY), which was supported by an increase in net sales during the first nine months of 2022. According to the financial statements published by the Company, until the third quarter of 2022, TRIS recorded a net profit for the year of IDR 51.65 billion, an increase from IDR 12.30 billion in the same period in 2021. Meanwhile, net profit attributable to entity owners parent company was recorded at IDR 27.91 billion as of the end of last September.

The global crisis as a result of the impact of the Russian-Ukrainian war began to be felt by the textile industry in Indonesia. Coordinator of Industrial Relations of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) Andrew Purnama said, Indonesia's textile exports dropped dramatically after the Russia-Ukraine war. "Indonesia's export market is falling again, because there is an ongoing war. So indeed, when the war continues it has an impact on the economic crisis. That's why now the demand for domestic exports is falling," Andrew said after a dialogue with the Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture (Menko PMK ) Muhadjir Effendy at PT Kahatex, Sumedang, West Java, Wednesday (11/16/2022).