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Small and medium-sized industry players or textile IKMs claim to have experienced a decline in sales due to the Covid-19 pandemic and market conditions that were flooded with imported products. These imported products do not only occur in supermarkets, but also enter the marketplace.

The Indonesian Textile Association (API) proposes two policies that at least can boost the performance of the textile industry and textile products or TPT in the current economic recovery period.

One of the factors that contributed to the drop in utilization of the textile and textile products (TPT) industry was the flood of imported products. In fact, there is a textile industry that has been forced to close its operations due to bankruptcy. A number of TPT associations conveyed their stance statements to the Ministry of Industry.