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The Indonesian Small and Medium Industry Association (APIKMI) asked the government to issue a safeguards policy for imported garment goods. The safeguards policy that only applies to imported raw materials is considered to be able to kill Indonesia's small and medium-sized industries (IKM).

The domestic textile and textile products (TPT) industry appears to be still limping in facing the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, this industry is seen as having an important role in the national economy.

With a priority on health issues and the Covid-19 protocol, the Indo Intertex Virtual Expo 2021 exhibition was held virtually as a technological innovation to help accelerate economic recovery.

The prices of polyester and cotton fabrics are currently on an upward trend as stocks from producers are running low.In addition, the two types of cloth are goods that must be imported from abroad, aka imported.

The Ministry of Industry assesses that the handicraft and batik industry is one of the sectors capable of adapting and innovating in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic so that it can survive.