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The increase in the Provincial Minimum Wage (UMP) for 2023 is being discussed between employers and workers. Deputy President Director of PT Pan Brothers Tbk Anne Patricia Sutanto said the government needs to be consistent with the implementation of Government Regulation (PP) No. 36 of 2021 concerning Wages. "We are guided by the Government needing to be consistent with PP 36 of 2021. In accordance with what has been conveyed by the Ketum APINDO," he told CNBC Indonesia, Monday (21/11/2022). APINDO said, if there is a change in the substance of PP 36 of 2021, this will show the government's uncertainty in carrying out fundamental structural reforms of the Indonesian economy.

The trend of thrifting or buying used clothes has mushroomed in Indonesia in recent years. The reason is, most of the items sold by thrift shops are in the form of clothes and have very low prices. Quoting BPS export-import data, the import value of used clothes skyrocketed 607.6% (yoy) in January-September 2022. The large import value of used clothes even beat the import value of clothing and accessories (knitted) and clothing and accessories (non-knitted). . The import value of these two products has actually decreased.

Deputy Governor of West Java (West Java Deputy Governor) Uu Ruzhanul Ulum said the workers wanted an increase in the minimum wage by 13%. However, it must be understood the current condition of the company. "We must understand that the economic situation, especially in West Java, is not as we expected. As yesterday we visited a textile company with the Minister (Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture Muhadjir Effendy), several companies have made several policies," Deputy Governor Uu said during a discussion with the combined trade unions regarding the discourse on increasing the Provincial Minimum Wage (UMP) and Regency/City Minimum Wage for 2023 at the West Java Deputy Governor's Office, Bandung City, Friday (11/19/2022).