Indonesia garment and textile industry will readjust targets for development formerly set to the year 2015, now to 2020 and a vision to 2030 to meet the new requirements, the readjustments aim at building the sector to become a spearhead of the national economy to meet domestic consumption and for exports, provide more jobs, increase the products’ competitiveness, and further integrate into the world’s economy.
Specifically, the master plan will increases the rate of domestic consumption from 50 percent by 2015 to 60 percent by 2020 and 80 percent by 2030. Major products will include raw cotton and fibre, synthetic fibre, shuttle- and knit-woven fabrics, garments and textiles, clothing like sarimbit
This sector is facing challenges in the context that the country is underway towards signing many bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements (FTAs), because that requires the sector to make more renewals and careful preparations for integration,
Meanwhile, the biggest local central market for domestic market currently are upgraded. TanahAbang is wellknown as central market for domestic. According to head of province JOKOWI, goverment intent to rebuild sector G, in this market. This market really not only serves domestic sector but also some country like Malasya and some of African countrys.