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Businessmen expect textile industry to be more competitive PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Monday, 22 May 2017

Businesses expect the government to provide support for the national textile industry to become more competitive and competitive in the international market.

 

"The textile industry in Indonesia is very potential, but it is still not competitive compared to India, Bangladesh and Vietnam," said Ravi Shankar, Indonesia Filament and Fiber Producers Association (APSyFI) in Jakarta on Monday.

 

According to Ravi, the government does not have to provide tax facilities, but can be given in other forms, such as fair trade.

 

"Fair trade is required," imports must be official, tax is not necessary, if protected, it will be heavy upstream as well, but we expect a competitive industry, "Ravi said.

 

In addition, continued Ravi, the business world also needs support in the form of affordable energy prices, such as electricity and gas prices.

 

"Well, we are different with other countries, the price of electricity is different, the price of gas is different, so the government needs attention is our high logistic cost," he said.

 

 

Pelaku usaha harapkan industri tekstil makin kompetitif

 

 

Pelaku usaha mengharapkan agar pemerintah memberi dukungan agar industri tekstil nasional semakin berdaya saing dan kompetitif di pasar internasional.

 

"Industri tekstil di Indonesia sangat potensial, namun masih belum kompetitif jika dibandingkan India, Bangladesh dan Vietnam," kata Asosiasi Produsen Serat dan Benang Filamen Indonesia (APSyFI) Ravi Shankar di Jakarta, Senin.

 

Menurut Ravi, pemerintah tidak harus memberikan fasilitas perpajakan, namun dapat diberikan dalam bentuk lain, misalnya perdagangan yang adil.

 

"Dibutuhkan 'fair trade'. Impor harus resmi. Tidak perlu perpajakan. Kalau protected, nanti berat ke hulu juga. Tapi yang kita harapkan adalah industri yang kompetitif," ujar Ravi.

 

Selain itu, lanjut Ravi, dunia usaha juga perlu dukungan berupa harga energi yang terjangkau, seperti harga listrik dan gas.

 

"Nah, kita beda dengan negara lain. Harga listriknya beda, harga gasnya beda, jadi yang perlu perhatian dari pemerintah adalah 'logistic cost' kita yang tinggi," katanya.

 
		
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