The Indonesian textile industry has been growing in recent years, but its success in the country has been hampered by corruption.
This has led to a shortage of textile workers, which is a major concern for the Indonesian textile manufacturers.
A recent article published in the Malagasy-language press outlet, Dikal, described a few textile manufacturing companies that are struggling to compete with domestic competitors in the textile market.
They say that the supply chain is currently extremely corrupt and there are many instances of workers being forced to work overtime, according to Dikals report.
The article stated that many Indonesian textile manufacturing firms are facing high unemployment rates.
They also claimed that the country is facing a shortage in manpower due to the shortage of workers.
The Indonesian government has invested more than USD 3 billion in the industry to help increase the number of textile factories.
According to a report from The Straits Times, the government of Indonesia is considering providing training to its textile workers to improve their skills and prepare them for employment in the future.
The country is also planning to create an official network of textile manufacturing, which will provide support to textile factories and recruit workers to provide textile services.