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The Indonesian Fiber and Filament Yarn Producers Association assessed that the recovery momentum has not been felt by all manufacturing industries, even though the Indonesian Manufacturing Index has increased.

Director General of the Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Textile Industry (IKFT) of the Ministry of Industry, Muhammad Khayam noted, the performance of the IKFT industry contracted by minus 1.49 percent throughout 2020. This occurred as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The manufacturing industry is in an expansion phase. This is reflected in the manufacturing index released by several institutions.

Exports of clothing and textiles from the Southeast Asian nation of Indonesia are expected to decline during the first seven months of this year, mainly due to the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country as well as major regions of the world.

The Indonesian Textile Association invites national entrepreneurs to seize opportunities from the changing landscape of the fashion business which is increasingly dynamic. The association also calls on business actors not to give up on the onslaught of fashion products from abroad in the country.