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Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry - SES

2016-2-8  The mining sector has been one of the key sectors supporting Indonesia’s economic growth for a number of years. The sector makes a significant contribution to Indonesian GDP, exports, government revenues, employment, and perhaps most importantly, the economic development of the remote regions where mining operations are located.

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Mining in Indonesia - PwC

2018-5-2  Mining Sector 4 92 5 Accounting Considerations 108 ... Mining in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide 9 Although the Government has stated that these regulations were determined by considering ... ore was well received by certain mining companies, many parties, including the Processing

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Mining in Indonesia - PwC

2015-6-3  Mining in Indonesia Investment and Taxation Guide 1 With three years having passed since the introduction of the Mining Law in early 2009, the Indonesian mining sector has seen continued investment growth despite what some have perceived as a lack of regulatory certainty and the need for further clarification of the law.

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Mining in Indonesia - Lexology

2019-7-4  The mining industry in Indonesia is regulated by way of mining laws. The main regulation is Law 4/2009 on Coal and Mineral Mining, which is further implemented by

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Mining and Development in Indonesia: An Overview of

2013-9-25  To promote sustainable mining development in Indonesia, national and sub-national governments need to improve their governance mechanisms and policies optimise so as to the benefits from mining sector for the social, economic and environmentthe

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Energy Mining in Indonesia GBG

Indonesia’s Coal Mining Sector: A Silver Lining Behind Dark Clouds. After being highly sought-after and becoming a leading foreign exchange earner through the early 2000s, Indonesia's coal sector has been hit hard in recent years following the fall in commodity prices.

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Responsible Investment in Indonesia Mineral Mining Sector

Responsible Investment in Indonesia Mineral Mining Sector Nur Kholis1, Roichatul Aswidah2, Iman Prihandono3* 1Former Head of Indonesia Human Rights Commission (2012-2017). 2Former Member of Indonesia Human Rights Commission (2012-2017). 3Airlangga University, Faculty of Law, Surabaya 60286, Indonesia. *Corresponding author.Email: [email protected]

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Human Rights and the Mining Sector in Indonesia: A ...

2020-10-12  4 Human Rights and the Mining Sector in Indonesia 1 Introduction 1.1 Terms of Reference This baseline study on human rights and the mining sector in Indonesia has been commissioned by the Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development (MMSD) project.1 The MMSD Project describes itself as ‘an independent process of participatory analysis with

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Political Corruption in Indonesia’s Coal Mining Sector

2020-7-9  coal sector in mining and coal-fired power plants. How coalruption is destroying Indonesia Indonesia has become “the dirty man of Asia” because of its addiction to coal, which is actively promoted by politically exposed persons for their own financial gain. Government plans to reduce coal production in recent years have been over-turned.

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Energy Mining in Indonesia GBG

Indonesia’s Coal Mining Sector: A Silver Lining Behind Dark Clouds. After being highly sought-after and becoming a leading foreign exchange earner through the early 2000s, Indonesia's coal sector has been hit hard in recent years following the fall in commodity prices.

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Mining in Indonesia - Lexology

2019-7-4  The mining industry in Indonesia is regulated by way of mining laws. The main regulation is Law 4/2009 on Coal and Mineral Mining, which is further implemented by

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Mining and Development in Indonesia: An Overview of

2013-9-25  To promote sustainable mining development in Indonesia, national and sub-national governments need to improve their governance mechanisms and policies optimise so as to the benefits from mining sector for the social, economic and environmentthe

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Mining industry seen growing in 2020 on Indonesia

2019-11-10  THE Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) said it is projecting the mining industry to grow next year, factoring in the priority mining projects in the pipeline, as well as increased prices for nickel ore due to the export ban in place in Indonesia, the top producer. ADVERTISEMENT. “Personally, positive ang outlook ko (my outlook is positive).

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New rules for Indonesia’s mining sector see exports

2014-2-20  Indonesia has placed an export ban on mined ore to encourage local processing. The regulatory changes have been met with resistance from international mining companies, and investor confidence in Indonesia’s mining sector has already suffered as a result.

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Mining - Indonesia - tax, export, problem, growth,

2007-4-26  The mining and quarrying sector increased by 2.3% in 2000, having declined by 2.4% in 1999. In 2000, total exports increased by 27.5%, to $62 billion; the value of exports from the mining sector was $3 billion—copper ore and coal accounted for 93%, bauxite, dimension stone, nickel ore, and tin were other major export commodities.

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Regulatory Uncertainty Plagues Indonesia’s Mining

2015-6-3  One of the weak points of Indonesia, one that seriously hurts the country’s investment climate and foreign confidence, is regulatory uncertainty. In 2009 the Indonesian government introduced Law No. 4/2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (New Mining Law) which caused a shock in Indonesia’s natural resources sector as it includes several new policies that make investors think twice before ...

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Indonesia - Company - FerroAlloyNet

PT. Pelaut Naavee Indonesia. Products/Services: Nickel Nickel Ore Other Established in 2019, with the aim of uniting vision and mission as a company focused on the Marine Transportation, project logistics, and shipping agency sector services. The Company have been foc...

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PT Laman Mining

2019-5-2  PT. Laman Mining was established in Ketapang on September 17th, 2009 as one of the subsidiaries of the Supreme Global Investment Group in Indonesia. Bauxite mining as a potential in the mining industry in Indonesia has in a way motivated Supreme Global Investment Group to venture into this business sector.

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Phasing Out Mercury? Ecological Economics and

2018-2-1  Discussing implications of recent domestic cinnabar mining for mercury use in Indonesia's ASGM sector, we stress the need for an ecological economics perspective that positions the implications of new mercury mining within Indonesia as part of a broader set of concerns about material flows, labour and power relations, and the social metabolism ...

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Energy Mining in Indonesia GBG

Indonesia’s Coal Mining Sector: A Silver Lining Behind Dark Clouds. After being highly sought-after and becoming a leading foreign exchange earner through the early 2000s, Indonesia's coal sector has been hit hard in recent years following the fall in commodity prices.

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Mining industry seen growing in 2020 on Indonesia

2019-11-10  THE Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) said it is projecting the mining industry to grow next year, factoring in the priority mining projects in the pipeline, as well as increased prices for nickel ore due to the export ban in place in Indonesia, the top producer. ADVERTISEMENT. “Personally, positive ang outlook ko (my outlook is positive).

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New rules for Indonesia’s mining sector see exports

2014-2-20  Indonesia has placed an export ban on mined ore to encourage local processing. The regulatory changes have been met with resistance from international mining companies, and investor confidence in Indonesia’s mining sector has already suffered as a result.

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Mining - Indonesia - tax, export, problem, growth,

2007-4-26  The mining and quarrying sector increased by 2.3% in 2000, having declined by 2.4% in 1999. In 2000, total exports increased by 27.5%, to $62 billion; the value of exports from the mining sector was $3 billion—copper ore and coal accounted for 93%, bauxite, dimension stone, nickel ore, and tin were other major export commodities.

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Regulatory Uncertainty Plagues Indonesia’s Mining

2015-6-3  One of the weak points of Indonesia, one that seriously hurts the country’s investment climate and foreign confidence, is regulatory uncertainty. In 2009 the Indonesian government introduced Law No. 4/2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (New Mining Law) which caused a shock in Indonesia’s natural resources sector as it includes several new policies that make investors think twice before ...

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PT Laman Mining

2019-5-2  PT. Laman Mining was established in Ketapang on September 17th, 2009 as one of the subsidiaries of the Supreme Global Investment Group in Indonesia. Bauxite mining as a potential in the mining industry in Indonesia has in a way motivated Supreme Global Investment Group to venture into this business sector.

More

Phasing Out Mercury? Ecological Economics and

2018-2-1  Discussing implications of recent domestic cinnabar mining for mercury use in Indonesia's ASGM sector, we stress the need for an ecological economics perspective that positions the implications of new mercury mining within Indonesia as part of a broader set of concerns about material flows, labour and power relations, and the social metabolism ...

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The future of EV in Asia is in Indonesia. Here’s why ...

2021-3-2  As of now, Indonesia aims to boost investment in the EV battery sector to US$35 billion by 2033, double last year’s total investment. see_also_flex pos=’right’ post_id=’207725′] To recall, In 2015, Indonesia had set up a 2,000-hectare nickel industrial estate in Morowali, Sulawesi, which has today become the country’s nickel mining hub.

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The need for technological improvements in

Globally, 40% of cassiterite ore (the main mineral of tin) is produced by artisanal miners, who use rudimentary techniques, resulting in frequent fatal accidents and occupational hazards. It is estimated that more than 60% of refined tin produced in Indonesia (approximately 27% of global tin production) comes from artisanal miners.

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E-BOOK ON MINING SECTOR - Ministry of Mines Home

2015-11-10  2.0 Structure of Minerals and Mining Sector 02-03 3.0 Role of Mining Sector in Indian Economy 03-06 4.0 Legislative Framework for Mining Sector 06-12 5.0 Initiatives/New Development for Mining Sector 12-17 6.0 Mineral Administration 17-18 7.0

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New rules for Indonesia’s mining sector see exports

2014-2-20  Indonesia has placed an export ban on mined ore to encourage local processing. The regulatory changes have been met with resistance from international mining companies, and investor confidence in Indonesia’s mining sector has already suffered as a result.

More

Regulatory Uncertainty Plagues Indonesia’s Mining

2015-6-3  One of the weak points of Indonesia, one that seriously hurts the country’s investment climate and foreign confidence, is regulatory uncertainty. In 2009 the Indonesian government introduced Law No. 4/2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (New Mining Law) which caused a shock in Indonesia’s natural resources sector as it includes several new policies that make investors think twice before ...

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Indonesia minerals export ban: Revision urgent -

2016-3-8  Without ban relaxation we forecast the mining sector’s contribution to GDP to decline to 5% by 2020, down from 11% in 2013 before the ban. Additionally, Indonesia’s real export growth dipped to 4.6% in 2015 compared to 22.4% in 2013 before the ban.

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Indonesia’s coal sector welcomes 2021 with optimism

2021-1-12  The future of Indonesia’s coal sector in 2021 appears to be optimistic, in view of a price increase at the opening of the year and high demand from

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The future of EV in Asia is in Indonesia. Here’s why ...

2021-3-2  As of now, Indonesia aims to boost investment in the EV battery sector to US$35 billion by 2033, double last year’s total investment. see_also_flex pos=’right’ post_id=’207725′] To recall, In 2015, Indonesia had set up a 2,000-hectare nickel industrial estate in Morowali, Sulawesi, which has today become the country’s nickel mining hub.

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Phasing Out Mercury? Ecological Economics and

2018-2-1  Discussing implications of recent domestic cinnabar mining for mercury use in Indonesia's ASGM sector, we stress the need for an ecological economics perspective that positions the implications of new mercury mining within Indonesia as part of a broader set of concerns about material flows, labour and power relations, and the social metabolism ...

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The need for technological improvements in

Globally, 40% of cassiterite ore (the main mineral of tin) is produced by artisanal miners, who use rudimentary techniques, resulting in frequent fatal accidents and occupational hazards. It is estimated that more than 60% of refined tin produced in Indonesia (approximately 27% of global tin production) comes from artisanal miners.

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Major Mines Projects - Mining Intelligence and News

Mine Life. 2019. PT-FI began open-pit mining of the Grasberg ore body in 1990. The final phase of the Grasberg open pit was mined during 2019, including the removal of the open pit ramps. In aggregate, the Grasberg open pit produced over 27 billion pounds of copper and 46 million ounces of gold in the 30-year period from 1990 through 2019.

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E-BOOK ON MINING SECTOR - Ministry of Mines Home

2015-11-10  2.0 Structure of Minerals and Mining Sector 02-03 3.0 Role of Mining Sector in Indian Economy 03-06 4.0 Legislative Framework for Mining Sector 06-12 5.0 Initiatives/New Development for Mining Sector 12-17 6.0 Mineral Administration 17-18 7.0

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Our Insights McKinsey Company

2021-4-27  Buckets of innovation: How digital has transformed a mining company in Indonesia September 17, 2020 – Hanifa Indradjaya, the president director of PT Petrosea, discusses how digital can drive sustainability, efficiency, and operational...

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