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Written by Maizer   
Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Central Statistics Agency (BPS) showed that textile and apparel industry slumped 1.56% in the first quarter / 2016. The negative growth in the manufacturing sector Indonesia's second largest has been ongoing since the fourth quarter / 2014. Lethargy market and lost market access with the main competitor to make the textile industry continued pressure since the end of 2014.

 

Gross domestic product textile and apparel industry shrank 4.79% so far in 2015 after a contraction of more than 6% in the second quarter / 2015 and the third quarter / 2015.

 

Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) Ade Sudrajad explain the textile and apparel industry has not been able to rise as long as the export demand is still sluggish.

 

"This is a global problem that continues with the intense pressure on industry. Export getting away from our target, "he said

 

The most high pressure, he explained, was the upstream textile industry such as fiber and spinning. As for the garment industry, according to him, could still feel the growth spurt of exchange rate movements.

 

He added that the Indonesian textile and garment producers feel the pressure is stronger than the main competitor countries such as Vietnam and Bangladesh because they do not have free trade agreements with developed countries.

 

"Indonesia does not have a good free trade agreement with Europe or the United States. This makes the developed countries choose products made in other countries that have free trade with them, "said Ade.

 

 

Tekstil Terus Tertekan Hingga Kuartal I/2016 Karena Lesunya Iklim Global

 

 

Data Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) menunjukkan industri tekstil dan pakaian jadi merosot 1,56% pada kuartal I/2016. Pertumbuhan negatif di sektor industri pengolahan terbesar kedua Indonesia tersebut telah berlangsung sejak kuartal IV/2014. Kelesuan pasar dan kalah akses pasar dengan pesaing utama membuat industri tekstil terus tertekan sejak akhir 2014.

 

Produk domestik bruto industri tekstil dan pakaian jadi menyusut 4,79% sepanjang 2015 setelah sempat terkontraksi lebih dari 6% pada kuartal II/2015 dan kuartal III/2015.

 

Ketua Asosiasi Pertekstilan Indonesia (API) Ade Sudrajad menjelaskan industri tekstil dan pakaian jadi belum bisa bangkit selama permintaan ekspor masih lesu.

 

“Ini masalah global yang terus menekan industri dengan intens. Ekspor semakin jauh dari target kita," ungkapnya

 

Tekanan paling tinggi, jelasnya, terasa pada industri tekstil hulu seperti serat dan pemintalan. Adapun industri garmen, menurut dia, masih bisa merasakan dorongan pertumbuhan dari pergerakan nilai tukar.

 

Dia menambahkan produsen tekstil dan garmen Indonesia merasakan tekanan lebih kuat dibandingkan dengan negara pesaing utama seperti Vietnam dan Bangladesh karena tidak memiliki perjanjian perdagangan bebas dengan negara maju.

 

“Indonesia tidak punya perjanjian perdagangan bebas baik dengan Eropa atau Amerika Serikat. Ini membuat negara maju memilih produk buatan negara lain yang memiliki free trade dengan mereka,” kata Ade.

 

 

 
		
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