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The Indonesian Association of Fiber and Filament Yarn Producers (Apsyfi) revealed that the local textile and textile product (TPT) industry requires fresh investment. However, currently the investment needed is hampered by trade regulations that favor imported products.

The government will set import duties for importation of garment products. The goal is to stem the invasion of imported garment products into the domestic market, thus triggering an increase in the unemployment rate in the textile and textile product (TPT) industry sector.

The government was asked all out to encourage the performance of the manufacturing industry to revive the national economy. This is because manufacturing can be the cornerstone of the economy in 2021, because its contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) is 19.88% in 2020.

The Corona virus vaccination that is being promoted by the government is expected to be able to revive the economy. Because, vaccination will increase people's immunity so that the ultimate goal is to solve the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bank Indonesia (BI) Surakarta Representative Office encourages the development of batik as a leverage for the regional economy which is currently starting to rise after the Covid-19 pandemic. So far, the fashion sector, including batik, is in second place after culinary in its contribution to the economy.