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MINISTER OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF

2019-6-19  minister of energy and mineral resources of the republic of indonesia regulation of the minister of energy and mineral resources of the republic of indonesia number: 07 of 2012 on improvement of added value of minerals through mineral processing and purification activities with the blessing of

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Flip-Flop in Indonesian Politics: Reviewing the Mineral

2016-2-28  The government of Indonesia is yet to find a middle way between encouraging the development of processing facilities for the country's mining output and the relaxation of mineral ore exports. Based on Law No. 4/2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (New Mining Law), exports of mineral ore should have been fully banned in 2014.

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Mining in Indonesia PwC

2016-5-24  priority must be given to Indonesian-owned companies. In addition, mineral licence holders have been required to carry out certain minimum levels of in-country mineral processing prior to export, since 12 January 2014. During the

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INDONESIAN MINING GET YOUR SMELTER READY

2014-1-31  Clearly, the Indonesian government now thinks the time is ripe for the mining industry to comply with the processing and purification obligation, and its view is underscored by an investment application in the downstream mining sector received by the Indonesian Capital Investment Coordinating Board of some Rp150 billion. The

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Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry SES

The country is dealing with restrictive mining legislation enacted during a period of low mineral prices. In 2009 the Indonesian government carried a law that restricted the sale of raw ore out of the country. In 2014 the law took hold and the result was a calamitous shake up

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Indonesian Parliament Passes Important Changes to

2020-6-9  These reforms continue government efforts to promote investment in Indonesia’s downstream mineral processing and refining industry. Similarly, the Mining Law Revision retains the obligation for production operation IUP/IUPK holders to ensure a maximum of 49% foreign ownership through divestment to the central/regional government, state/regional owned enterprises and/or national

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Indonesian Parliament passes important changes to

2020-6-9  These reforms continue government efforts to promote investment in Indonesia’s downstream mineral processing and refining industry.

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Mining in Indonesia Lexology

2019-7-4  Domestic mineral processing requirements have helped the Indonesian smelter industry to grow although not as quickly as expected. However, the government hopes that the construction of at

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Should Indonesia Relax the Mineral Ore Export Ban?

2016-3-14  Part of the nation's 2009 New Mining Law is the requirement to refine mineral ore domestically before export is allowed. The Indonesian government designed this law in a bid to reduce Indonesia's dependence on raw materials, to increase the value of its (natural resource) export products, and to boost domestic (downstream) processing facilities.

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Mining in Indonesia PwC

2015-6-3  as the Indonesian Government seeks to ensure sufficient supply of natural resources to meet the expected growth in domestic demand as investment in infrastructure expands. So far, this domestic market obligation has only been have been required to carry out certain minimum levels of in-country mineral processing prior to export, since 12

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Mining in Indonesia Lexology

2019-7-4  Domestic mineral processing requirements have helped the Indonesian smelter industry to grow although not as quickly as expected. However, the government hopes that the construction of at

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Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry SES

The country is dealing with restrictive mining legislation enacted during a period of low mineral prices. In 2009 the Indonesian government carried a law that restricted the sale of raw ore out of the country. In 2014 the law took hold and the result was a calamitous shake up

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The life and death of Indonesia’s mineral export ban

2017-10-19  The government’s goal was to kick-start a minerals processing industry by forcing companies to smelt their ores domestically. Indonesia could then move away from extracting and exporting cheap raw ore and, instead, produce and export higher value mineral

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Flip-Flop in Indonesian Politics: Reviewing the Mineral

2016-2-28  The government of Indonesia is yet to find a middle way between encouraging the development of processing facilities for the country's mining output and the relaxation of mineral ore exports. Based on Law No. 4/2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (New Mining Law), exports of mineral ore should have been fully banned in 2014. However, due to the lack of domestic smelting capacity a last

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INDONESIAN MINING GET YOUR SMELTER READY

2014-1-31  INDONESIAN MINING GET YOUR SMELTER READY 1. The regulations include (i) Government Regulation No. 1 of 2014 concerning the amendment of the Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 concerning the implementation of mineral and coal mining business activities; (ii) the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Regulation No. 1 of 2014

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Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

The Government of Indonesia is negotiating with mining companies to achieve consensus from all parties. For further information, please contact: Sujatmiko. Head of Communication, Public Information Services and Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Republic of Indonesia. Tel: +62 81 2801 6414 or email: [email protected]

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Indonesian Parliament passes important changes to

2020-6-9  However, the Mining Law Revision seeks to further promote downstream processing and refining by allowing metal mineral and coal mining companies with integrated mining, processing

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INDONESIA: DOWNSTREAM LINKAGES IISD

2021-2-1  construction of processing and smelting facilities individually or collectively. This differentiation was agreed after 66 companies, including the heavyweights Freeport McMoRan and Newmont, lobbied the government to provide them with more Export duty tariff 2014 2015 2016 No. Mineral From 12 January to 30 June From 1 July to 31 December From 12

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Indonesia Amends Mining Law to Encourage More

2020-7-21  Indonesia’s government made significant amendments to the country’s Mining Law as it aims to attract more downstream investment into the sector. As part of the amendments, the central government will now take control of the issuance of mining permits. The new law also introduces new business licenses for the mining of rocks and radioactive

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Mining in Indonesia Lexology

2019-7-4  Domestic mineral processing requirements have helped the Indonesian smelter industry to grow although not as quickly as expected. However, the government hopes that the construction of at

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The life and death of Indonesia’s mineral export ban

2017-10-19  The government’s goal was to kick-start a minerals processing industry by forcing companies to smelt their ores domestically. Indonesia could then move away from extracting and exporting cheap raw ore and, instead, produce and export higher value mineral

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Indonesia’s Copper Transition CRU

2021-6-1  The Indonesian government’s future ban on the export of unrefined minerals, including copper concentrates, requires companies to invest in downstream processing. The export ban had been expected to take effect from 2023. However, both of Indonesia’s key copper smelter projects PT-Freeport Indonesia’s (PT-FI) New Gresik and Amman

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Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry SES

The country is dealing with restrictive mining legislation enacted during a period of low mineral prices. In 2009 the Indonesian government carried a law that restricted the sale of raw ore out of the country. In 2014 the law took hold and the result was a calamitous shake up

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Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

The Government of Indonesia is negotiating with mining companies to achieve consensus from all parties. For further information, please contact: Sujatmiko. Head of Communication, Public Information Services and Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Republic of Indonesia. Tel: +62 81 2801 6414 or email: [email protected]

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Indonesian Parliament passes important changes to

2020-6-9  However, the Mining Law Revision seeks to further promote downstream processing and refining by allowing metal mineral and coal mining companies with integrated mining, processing

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Indonesia Amends Mining Law to Encourage More

2020-7-21  Indonesia’s government made significant amendments to the country’s Mining Law as it aims to attract more downstream investment into the sector. As part of the amendments, the central government will now take control of the issuance of mining permits. The new law also introduces new business licenses for the mining of rocks and radioactive

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Insights From the archives: Indonesian government

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Indonesians Demand Government Match Words with

2021-6-7  Indonesians Demand Government Match Words with Action and Ditch Ocean Dumping. Ellen Moore. June 7, 2021. Less than a year ago, two major nickel EV battery chemical processing plants planned to dump 31 million tonnes of toxic mine waste into the Coral Triangle, threatening fragile and endangered coral reefs and subsistence fishing communities.

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INPEX receives Indonesian government approval for

2019-7-22  INPEX Corp. has announced that, through its subsidiary INPEX Masela, Ltd, it has received the official approval of Indonesian government authorities concerning the revised plan of development (POD) for the Abadi LNG Project submitted on 20 June

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