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The Association of Indonesian Economists or ISEI Jakarta supports the export-oriented textile industry. "The textile industry has so far proven to have an important role in the Indonesian economy," said ISEI Jakarta Chairman Inarno Djajadi, Tuesday, March 7, 2023. Furthermore, Inarno conveyed that ISEI would continue to contribute ideas for all stakeholders, especially for the development of the business world. He continued, ISEI members who come from elements of academia, business, and government are quite capable forces in contributing ideas in the economic field.

The Minister of Industry (Menperin) Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita responded to foreign media reports about the import of used shoes which has recently gone viral. He said the rampant illegal import of used shoes had indeed hampered the growth of the domestic footwear industry. "As can be seen in the video that was investigated by a journalist in Singapore, it was revealed that used shoes from that country that were donated by their owners to the sustainability project ended up in flea markets in Indonesia. The practice of illegally importing used shoes must be stopped because it has an impact on bad for the domestic footwear industry," said Agus Gumiwang in an official statement, Monday (6/3/2023).

Indonesia will soon have a textile company from Sri Lanka which will absorb as many as 12,000 workers in Semarang. This was revealed by the Director of the Textile, Leather and Footwear Industry, Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) Adie Rochmanto Pandiangan. According to him, the textile company from Sri Lanka has landed in Semarang, Central Java. "He has moved the factory from Sri Lanka, it's a big company, he [absorbed] 12,000 employees from here," said Adie, Tuesday (28/2/2023). Adie did not clearly state the name of the company from Sri Lanka and the amount of investment through foreign direct investment (PMA) that had just been invested.