How local hijab producers could make an economic impact in Indonesia

Only 25% of the hijabs bought by Indonesians are produced locally, which is a missed opportunity for the economy Image: REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

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President, Evermos

Prasanti W. Sarli

Head of Social Impact, Evermos

Iqbal Muslimin

Chief of Sustainability, Evermos


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