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Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry SES

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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Geologist-turned-bureaucrat appointed as Indonesia’s

11/08/2020· Energy minister Arifin Tasrif inaugurated the geologist-by-training on Monday as the ministry’s new mining director general, an echelon one-level bureaucrat, which is

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Mining in Indonesia Lexology

Nevertheless, the government has entered into a number of bilateral investment treaties with the countries of origin of mining investors in Indonesia (eg, India, Australia and South Korea) and

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Coal Mining Indonesia Legislation From Government

The mining industry in indonesia is regulated by way of mining laws.The main regulation is law 42009 on coal and mineral mining, which is further implemented by various regulations and decrees. Parliament Passes Law To Open Coal Sector For

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Protests against mining giants and Indonesian

The Indonesian government has established a clear ban on open-cut mining in protected forests through the Forestry Law No.41 of 1999. Regardless of public outcry, the government is now searching for a loophole, and is attempting to use section 19 of the Forestry Law as a legal basis for changing the status of areas from protected forest to areas eligible for mining.

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Mining in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide

The mining industry is important to Indonesia. In 1997, the industry (not including oil & gas) accounted for a substantial percentage of the country’s GDP, and almost 6% of total exports. More than 70,000 Indonesians are employed directly in the mining industry, and almost 300,000 derive their jobs indirectly from this important sector.

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Mining Indonesia Introduction and Overview

Distribution of Mining Areas in Indonesia The basis for determining mining activities is the so called Mining Area (Wilayah Pertambangan or WP). A WP, being part of the national spatial plan, is a specific area that potentially holds any minerals and coals which is free from any restrictions by the government.

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Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Indonesia ICLG

Indonesia: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.

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Small-scale Mining in Indonesia

Indonesian Mining Association and government, centrally and regionally, must now work . Small-Scale Mining in Indonesia 5 closely together to solve the challenges of small-scale mining in Indonesia, and tap into this very valuable natural resource of minerals small-scale miners. The following report tries to highlight some of the major challenges. Introduction Small Scale Mining (SSM) in

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Indonesian miners eyeing EV nickel boom seek to dump

Nickel-mining companies in Indonesia have pitched the government to allow them to dump their waste, or tailings, into the sea. The country is the world’s biggest producer of nickel, one of the

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Mining in Indonesia Lexology

Nevertheless, the government has entered into a number of bilateral investment treaties with the countries of origin of mining investors in Indonesia (eg, India, Australia and South Korea) and

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Indonesia's grand plan to sink world's richest mine

JAKARTA When Indonesia’s government took majority control of the legendary Grasberg mine from American mining giant Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold (FCX) two years ago, visions of an onrushing gravy train obscured the cost realities of operating one of the world’s richest copper and gold complexes in Papua’s mist-shrouded central highlands.

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Coal Mining Indonesia Legislation From Government

Coal Mining Indonesia Legislation From Government. Indonesia will take control of new mining permit issuance under a proposed new law which is part of government efforts to boost investment by removing red tape and reducing regulations. We are an innovative enterprise integrating R & D, production, sales and after-sales service. We have more than 60 years of experience in the field of crushing

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Investment and Taxation Guide PwC

Mining in Indonesia Investment and Taxation Guide 9 The Government has stated that these regulations were determined by considering the purchasing power of the community, with a view to increasing the industry competitiveness with respect to electricity prices. Many commentators also note that this has assisted PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero) (“PLN”, the state-owned electricity

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Coal miners owe the Indonesian government hundreds

Indonesia’s central government responded to problems in coal-mine permitting by tightening coal mining sector regulations, including introducing a clean and clear certification system. To obtain a clean and clear certificate, mining companies must prove they have no outstanding royalty and other tax debts; that rehabilitation funds have been collected and saved in a government bank account

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Miners call for more government support amid rising

They mentioned three main hurdles in the mining industry right now: a lack of government attention on mining exploration, regulatory uncertainty and unfair fiscal treatment in terms of royalties

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Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian Kementerian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral Republik Indonesia) is an Indonesian ministry responsible for providing assist to the President and Vice President in performing government's affairs in the field of energy and mineral resources. The current minister is Arifin Tasrif.

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Mining and Development in Indonesia: An Overview of the

Prior to the decentralisation era, the Indonesian mining regulatory framework was governed with a centralised mining administrative system under Law 11/1967. 2. Decentralisation and political reform resulted in significant changes to the Indonesian mining regulatory framework with a greater role given to sub-national governments. 3. Decentralisation has encouraged a paradigm of ‘localism

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Mining in Indonesia PwC

Mining in Indonesia Tax and Investment Guide 1 Overview of the Indonesian Mining Industry Indonesia continues to be a significant player in the global mining industry with significant production of coal, copper, gold, tin and nickel. Indonesia also remains among the world’s largest exporters of

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