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The textile industry is one of the sectors that is still having difficulty accessing liquidity or lending from banks for working capital. This happened because of the traumatic nature of the textile industry.

After interpreting one year of the outbreak of the Covid-19 Pandemic as a momentum for economic revival, Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmadja, Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Association (API), was present as one of the speakers in the National Webinar entitled HEALTHY INDONESIA and FORWARD: Post-Pandemic Economic Awakening which was held by PARA Syndicate on 10 March 2021.

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.