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Professor of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Edia Rahayuningsih encourages the sovereignty of the archipelago's natural dyes. This was conveyed during the inauguration of professors in a speech entitled Reviving the Natural Dyes of the Archipelago to Build National Sovereignty in Natural Dyes Edia explained that natural dyes have been used since the beginning of human civilization. Currently, natural dyes are again widely used in the food, fashion, textile, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and health industries.

 

The cleaning equipment industry has shown positive growth during the Covid-19 pandemic along with increasing public awareness of maintaining cleanliness as a preventive measure to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Domestic market demand is increasing, as is demand for commercial sector needs such as office and industrial operations. As pointed out by PT Klinko Karya Imaji, a cleaning equipment manufacturer based in Gresik, East Java. The company achieved a net profit of 46 percent compared to 2020.

Referring to Swiss Federal Office for Customs and Border Security (FOCBS) data accessed in early May 2022, the total value of Indonesia's exports in the first quarter (January-March) 2022 was 1.26 billion US dollars, while the total value of Indonesia's exports to Switzerland in the first quarter 2021, amounting to 115.53 million US dollars. Thus, the total value of Indonesia's exports to Switzerland in the first quarter of 2022 increased sharply (up 998.08%) compared to the total value of exports in the first quarter of 2021 (yoy).