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Textile products and their derivatives continue to flood the domestic market. Based on data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), the largest fabric imports during 2021 will come from China, the value is almost half of the total imports in the country, reaching 48.87%. The second position is South Korea 12.99 percent, Vietnam 9.98 percent, Hong Kong 9.45 percent, Taiwan 7.03 percent, and Malaysia 5.58 percent. Entrepreneurs say that this condition cannot be separated from the intervention of importers.

The popularity of "Citayam Fashion Week" (CFW) has not subsided. In fact, so excited, this phenomenon caused polemics from various parties. Citayam Fashion Week started with the activities of a group of teenagers who are now members of the SCBD community (Sudirman, Citayam, Bojonggede, Depok) in the Jalan Jenderal Sudirman area, Dukuh Atas, Central Jakarta. The group of teenagers who came from areas around Jakarta came to the Sudirman area by using the KRL, then gathered and expressed themselves in various forms. One of the first things that caught the attention of the public was their unique style of dress, so the term "Citayam Fashion Week" emerged.

Textile entrepreneurs from Taiwan flocked to Central Java to build various kinds of businesses. This indicates that Central Java is increasingly becoming the main destination for entrepreneurs from abroad to invest. Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo said the conducive investment climate and ease of investment services in Central Java were the reasons investors were interested and came. "I am happy that this trade delegation from Taiwan appreciates the conduciveness and business relations between investors and the government, workers and entrepreneurs that can encourage people to be comfortable investing," said Ganjar when receiving John Chen's visit from the Taiwan Economic and Trade Representative Office in the Central Java Governor's Office, Semarang, Tuesday (26/7/2022).