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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

The Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) is securing cotton supplies from the United States following an increase in the price of the raw material on the international market which exceeded US$1 per pound for the first time in almost a decade. Director of the Textile, Leather and Footwear Industry of the Ministry of Industry Elis Masitoh said domestic cotton importers have cooperated with US exporters regarding the supply of cotton for garment needs.

The Indonesian Filament Yarn and Fiber Association (APSyFI) revealed that the scarcity of coal has caused an energy crisis in several countries, thereby contributing to pressure on the domestic textile and textile product (TPT) industry. APSyFI Secretary General Redma Gita Wirawasta noted that energy costs contribute up to 25% of the overall cost structure of the textile industry, with the fiber and filament sector being the largest users.

Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi said Indonesia's export and import performance was constrained by high logistics costs due to the trade war at the international market level during the Covid-19 pandemic.