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President of the Confederation of Indonesian Trade Unions (KSPI) Said Iqbal denied any layoffs (PHK) that occurred in the textile and textile product (TPT) industry sector. His party has studied the facts that occurred regarding the news of layoffs that occurred to tens of thousands of workers in the sector. As a result, KSPI members from the sector admitted that it was not true that there were layoffs. "It is not true [there have been layoffs], the Labor Party and KSPI have studied the facts, it is not true that there have been layoffs of more than 45,000 workers in the textile, garment and shoe sector," he said at a press conference, Wednesday (2/11/2022).

The Indonesian Textile Association (API) noted that one of the causes of the decline in demand for garment products in Indonesia is the rise in sales of used or preloved clothes. This was conveyed by API Advisor Ade Sudrajat, Wednesday (2/11/2022). The figure who is also a garment entrepreneur admitted that the pressure on the garment industry occurred at the local to global level. One of the local pressures is the rampant sales of used clothing in the market.

Head of Public Policy DPB Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) Danang Girindrawardana responded to news of mass layoffs (PHK) in the textile industry sector. He admitted that he had not been able to describe the total number of employees affected by the layoffs. "We are still waiting for data on the number (of employees affected by layoffs) from Apindo members and related associations," said Danang via short message on Monday, October 31, 2022. Previously, the Department of Manpower and Transmigration of West Java Province revealed that around 43,000 textile and garment workers in six regencies in West Java experienced layoffs.

The government will investigate the use of ingredients containing ethylene glycol and diethylene glycol in the manufacture of syrup medicines. The investigation will be carried out by the Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin). Minister of Industry Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita said the two materials are usually used for textile production. "We are conducting an investigation. Because we want to make sure that one life is very important, it should not be lost, but coordination from various parties is also needed," he said when met at the Office of the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy, Jakarta, Monday (31/10/2022).

Fabrics are an important part of human life, from birth to death, humans will always be in contact with cloth. So, every cloth has a story for humans. This concept was raised by textile artists in holding the Teman Seperkainan exhibition with the theme "Kain Ku Sayang", for three days from 28 to 30 October 2022 at Tekodeko Koffiehuis, Kota Lama Semarang. "Every cloth has a story behind it, cloth is not just a sheet that we use every day, more than that, each exhibitor has his own bond with the fabrics and wants to share stories about that bond," said the Friends of Seperkainan Initiator, Firdausi. Refani, Saturday (29/10/2022).