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The GOVERNMENT imposes additional import duties for the import of clothing products and accessories for the next three years, effective from November 12, 2021. This policy is referred to as a safeguard measure or BMTP.The imposition of additional import duties applies to imports of clothing that fall into the 134 Harmonized System (HS) code. The umbrella regulation is Minister of Finance Regulation (PMK) Number 142/PMK.010/21, which was signed on October 21, 2021 and promulgated the following day. The provisions for imposing additional import duties for clothing and accessories are declared to be effective 21 days after PMK 142/2021 is promulgated.


The Regional National Crafts Council (Dekranasda) of Sabu Raijua Regency held a training on making souvenirs of a combination of ikat on November 08 - November 13, 2021. Knitting training was provided by Febby Nitte from November 8-10, 2021 for 20 participants while Erwin Yuan and Jey Talo provided training on making modified woven outfits/clothes on November 11-13, 2021 for 10 participants. Head of the Dekranasda Sabu Raijua, Marthina Rihi Heke-Raga Lay said the activity was carried out with the aim of empowering the Sabu Raijua community, especially mothers, so that they have skills.

Head of the Minerba Conservation Working Group/Mining Inspector of the Directorate General of Mineral and Coal Donny P. Simorangkir said that domestic coal consumption growth was relatively low. "It's not comparable to the production growth rate of national coal mining companies," he said during the Coal webinar on the Metallurgical Industry Downstream Strategy for National Competitiveness, Friday (11/12/2021). Until now, he continued, 50.3 percent of PLN's electrical energy sources still come from PLTU as the cheapest energy.