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Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Association, Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmadja, said the textile and textile product (TPT) industry has experienced ups and downs since the Covid-19 pandemic last year. After previously successfully bouncing back in the fourth quarter of 2020, the enactment of micro-community activity restrictions (PPKM) earlier this year hit the textile industry again.

The fashion industry continues to grow in line with the ever-growing and dynamic market. Fashion trends are also moving fast, making the fast fashion industry encourage people to buy more clothes at affordable prices.

China posted a record export growth of up to 154.9% in February 2021 compared to a year earlier. Meanwhile, in the same period, imports were recorded to only grow 17.3%, the highest since October 2018.