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Threatened by Batik Imports

Monday, January 29, 2024

Batik production centers are in a post-pandemic recovery period. But their efforts to rebound are threatened by the invasion of cheaper imported batik.

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Japanese tourists visit the gallery of Mahkota Laweyan Batik in Solo, Central Java, January 20. TEMPO/Septhia Ryanthie . tempo : 172186821283.

TWO Japanese women visited the Batik Mahkota Laweyan store in Solo, Central Java, on Saturday noon, January 20. They looked at the variety of batik cloths displayed while listening to a guide explaining the stages of making this traditional craft. In another corner of the store, several visitors were choosing blouses, shirts, fabrics and batik-patterned souvenirs.

The liveliness in Batik Mahkota signifies the revival of Batik Laweyan Village, a


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