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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

The Investment Coordinating Board inaugurates the expansion of the PT Indorama Synthetics factory located in Purwakarta Regency, West Java. The investment value of this factory expansion is estimated at IDR 510 billion.

Textile industry assesses that the bureaucracy that is pro-import and tends to ignore the sustainability of the domestic industry is evident in the garment safeguards that the government is currently discussing.

The National Workers Union (SPN) which oversees the textile, garment and shoe industries noted that around 50 companies have not paid the 2020 holiday allowance (THR).

Questioning President Jokowi's anger at the invasion of imported products in many goods trading sectors, the Association of Indonesian Textile Experts (IKATSI) considered that it is necessary to reform the bureaucracy in several ministries related to the economy.

The journey of the industrial sector in Indonesia in applying Industry 4.0 technology incised several important notes that will underlie further industrial developments.