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During this 1 year, small and medium industries (IKM) have struggled to save themselves from the COVID-19 pandemic storm. Now they are also faced with an uncertain situation.

This year's Eid mubarak momentum has not been too strong to improve the country's garment industry. So far, industry players are still overshadowed by the uncertainty of policies on social restrictions, garment imports and people's purchasing power. However, a number of producers have devised strategies to keep the opportunities available.

The Bandung Textile Center (BBT) as a work unit under the Industrial Service Policy and Standardization Agency (BSKJI) of the Ministry of Industry is collaborating with the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) in building a laboratory facility for testing N95 masks.

Small and Medium Industry (IKM) entrepreneurs are currently facing difficulties in developing their business. The reason is, it is suspected that there was a cartel practice of imported textile raw materials.

Secretary General of the Indonesian Small and Medium Industry Entrepreneurs Association (APIKMI), Widia Erlangga asked the government to immediately evaluate the safeguard policies for imported textile raw materials.