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The china fabric flooded domestic market

The china fabric flooded domestic market Source: www.indotextiles.com
Date: 13-08-2012
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Onslaught of imported fabrics from China and India increasingly cornering the domestic fabric products. The National Board of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) recorded domestic product currently available fabric Muslim holiday season this year only 35 percent. "This year shrank 10 percent over last year by 45 percent," said Chairman of the National Board of the Indonesian Textile Association (API), Ade Sudradjat.
 
The decline in the local fabric products on the market at the Muslim holiday season this year could not be separated from the incoming rush of imported fabrics at low prices. Model of cotton and other fabrics from China and India can be found in the market today. According to Ade, if the government allowed this situation continues, it is feared would be a blow the national textile industry.
 
"If it continues like this could potentially threaten the competitiveness of the plant closure. If closed factories, yes, the tip of layoffs," he said.
 
The occurrence of this phenomenon, he said, can not be separated from the weak oversight of anti-dumping rules are owned by the government. It is inversely proportional to the applied Brazil and China. As a result, many products of Indonesia are two countries rejected it. But otherwise their goods freely enter Indonesia. "We recognize the application of anti-dumping us weak,".
 
Not only that, due to weak supervision, most goods entering, he said, the rest of the exports that are not absorbed in other countries. Finally, Indonesia has often become the country's largest flood of cheap goods.
 
"Production of our time they are 25. Amount that goes to tens of thousands of tons," he said. "But remember, the stuff that makes the rest of them, so it's cheap," said Ade.
 
Ade pointed out as the domestic product is still the star of the 1990s. At that time the Muslim holiday season when the season arrives, the increase in demand for domestic fabric products can grow 20-30 percent of the usual month. But the next decade, demand for domestic fabrics would continue to decline. "Goods from the outside very much at all," said Ade.
 
He hopes the government to act quickly to implement strict rules against the entry of imported fabrics so as to protect the domestic fabric products. "The key is in the government. Do they want to protect or liberate them go."
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