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Home textile producer Sleep Buddy has full support from the Tokopedia market place to market innovative, environmentally friendly products from textile industry waste. So far, textile industry waste has become one of the largest contributors to waste in Indonesia. The waste in question is in the form of pieces of cloth that do not meet quality standards or the rest of the cloth after being used in production. In Indonesia, there are not many textile industry players who use leftover fabrics into useful goods and eventually end up as waste, which of course will pollute the environment.

Batam City is planned to become one of the major textile wholesale market centers in the country. The plan is that this wholesale market will be active in January 2022. Head of the Batam City Industry and Trade Office (Disperindag), Gustian Riau, said that the Batam City Government was currently exploring cooperation to realize the wholesale market. Communication with the developers of Tanah Abang Market and Mangga Dua Market in Jakarta has also been carried out. "January 2022, Batam will become a wholesale market hub, such as those in Mangga Dua and Pasar Senen. Last week, we conducted an assessment with the developer," said Gustian, yesterday.

After the government and the DPR passed the Law on the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between Indonesia and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries in April, its implementation will take effect on November 1, 2021.  EFTA is a trading bloc in the European region consisting of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Indonesia's comprehensive agreement—EFTA CEPA covers trade in goods and services, investment, and capacity building. The construction of this agreement is supported by facilities and capacity development to ensure the interests of Indonesia.