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Date: 22-07-2012
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Local products should be able to compete with imported products from China. Local products should be better and same price, even cheaper than imported products. "China is superior to current models, but usually they are perishable products," said textile trader in Tanah Abang Wholesale Center, Adang Saputra. Therefore, traders said, the robe that he was selling a product to compete with products imports from China. He ensures better products and prices offered cheaper or at least the same.
He deliberately against the circulation of products imported from China by offering cheaper prices. According to him, the better to pursue a turnover greater than the profit. He said, taking material from Bandung and some imported from India and Korea. According to him, there are some materials that can not be provided by the factory in Bandung. "If the factory in Bandung was able to provide the material as I asked, I would take from them," he said. Adang said the quality and competitive price that he offers, products are also exported to several countries in Southeast Asia and Europe.
Earlier, Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Association, Ade Sudrajat Usman, said the rush of products from China affect the turnover of textiles and textile products (TPT) and the value of domestic exports to Indonesia for a number of countries this goal. "The government should tighten the entry of imported products mainly from China. During this time, many textile products from China that do not match the standards set by the government," he said.
Textiles and textile products in the country is predicted to grow 5% in the second half of 2012 because many foreign investors are encouraged to order the product in Indonesia. Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Association Ade Sudrajat Usman said it was also supported by the skills of workers in Indonesia are considered to have increased. In addition, he said, labor costs are still relatively affordable Indonesia when compared to other countries.
He said the textile industry has begun to shift into a more complex industry, due to wage overseas workers who begin expensive. "We've seen the trend, even labor costs are more expensive in some countries. In addition, energy prices are also more expensive than Indonesia, "he said. To boost the production of TPT, the need for revision of taxation. Currently, tax-related government policies have not sided with the industry. "As a result, the domestic textile production fell by 5% -6% in the first half of this year compared to same period the previous year," he said.
He said the country's tax system is burdensome local industry. As a result, employers have to raise the selling price of the product. The effect of rising prices, the textile product is very difficult to compete in the market. Reform the tax system, he said, should be based on production. "In fact, that during this run was based on expenditure," he said. Ade explained the system value added tax (VAT) should be revised to be based sales tax.
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