The shoe business has been a cash cow for the country’s ruling party, and the ruling Social Democratic Party has a long history of promoting the sale of goods made from rubber and leather.
The government has taken steps to protect the rubber and shoe industry by introducing an anti-pollution law that has seen the government pay $200,000 to an organisation called OSiris, which sells the shoes and sells them at the local market.
But some experts say the government is unlikely to follow through on the government’s pledge to protect and promote the rubber industry.
OSiris has been criticised for selling its products in the open, where it is illegal to sell rubber products in public.
OSIRIS has also been criticised over the quality of its footwear.
The organisation has criticised the government for not banning the sale and import of rubber products as it does for some other footwear brands, such as Nike.
The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Industry (MITI) has also not done enough to ensure that rubber and footwear companies comply with the rules on environmental protection.
“The Government is doing very little on the rubber production side.
We are concerned that the rubber market has not been properly protected, and that this is going to cause further damage to the environment,” said Mr Tkacik.
“I don’t see a way out for us to protect our environment, and I don’t think the Government will be able to make the changes they want,” he added.
Mr Tdikik said he was not a fan of OSiris’ shoes and said the organisation should be banned outright.
“OSiris is a private company, it has no real authority in this country, and it should be closed down,” he said.
“They are selling shoes to foreigners who are not able to produce the rubber for themselves, and they don’t have a clear plan to produce rubber.
It’s an open secret that the Government is selling rubber and not providing the rubber to people in Indonesia.”
A government statement said that the government would review the rubber sector and ensure that there was “effective, sustainable and effective environmental management”.
It said the government was working with companies to develop a “clean rubber” initiative and was also working with government agencies to encourage environmental cooperation.
Mr Yapisak said that while the government had taken steps, he was disappointed by the lack of progress.
“We have been talking to the Ministry of Environment about this issue for years, and we are not receiving any progress,” he told ABC News.
“It’s just not good enough for us.
We can’t just be left with these things.”
The Indonesian government says the rubber exports to China account for a small part of its rubber exports, and some analysts have questioned the value of the exports to the Chinese market.
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has been warning that the export of rubber and other raw materials from Indonesia to China is “incompatible” with the global trade rules.
In November last year, the Indonesian government said it was considering banning the export and importation of rubber.
The Indonesian trade office has also issued warnings to other countries that it considers exporting rubber products to China.
“While Indonesia has been exporting rubber and rubber products overseas to China for several decades, it is the first time we have heard of any such restrictions on rubber exports in Indonesia,” the ministry said in a statement.
“Therefore, we strongly advise our citizens to refrain from any purchases of rubber from Chinese firms.”