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Resource nationalism in post boom Indonesia: The new normal?

Resource nationalism in post boom Indonesia: The new normal?

 · The law introduces incentives for metal ore and coal miners to develop downstream facilities, such as metal smelters and coal-fired power plants

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  • Downstream Processing Creates Added Value and Strengthens

     · In addition to increasing the value chain in the production supply, can protect ore commodity from price fluctuations. This was stated by Director General of and Coal, Ridwan Djamaluddin, in a webinar titled the Future of in on Tuesday 13/10

  • Jokowi proposes moving Indonesia’s capital from Jakarta to

     · President Joko Widodo also said should push further to develop a industry to process natural and resources domestically

  • BAI taps Black & Veatch for Indonesias first alumina

    is currently working on developing its capabilities, as it plans to ban the export of unprocessed minerals, including bauxite, by 2022, based on a mining bill introduced back in 2009. A Black & Veatch-led project management consortium PMC is helping to develop a facility in West Kalimantan

  • Overview of Indonesia’s Downstream Oil and Gas Sector | GBG

  • Indonesia Omnibus Law – Changes to the Oil and Gas Law

     · 18 November 2020 ’s closely watched omnibus jobs creation bill recently became law. The stated aim of Law No. 11 Year 2020 on Jobs Creation the “Omnibus Law” is to boost investment and create jobs by streamlining regulations and simplifying the licensing process to improve the ease of doing business in . The Omnibus Law amends various provisions in laws across

  • Resource Nationalism in Indonesia—Effects of the 2014

    the lack of capacity and poor integration between bauxite mines, alumina refineries, and aluminum smelters in . ’s bauxite producers include state-owned enterprise PTAneka Tambang Tbk PT Antam, as well as foreign-owned companies and numerous small mining operations. Prior to the ban

  • Why Investor Confidence is Low in Indonesia’s Mining

    The idea was to boost export revenue for ’s raw ores before shipping, which would be done through the growth of domestic refining and smelting facilities. This would keep the processes within the nation and add value to the industry. In a nutshell, the New Mining Law halted the old practice of exporting ore

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     · RTC - 2016. 21 - 22 Sep 2016 The Westin Hotel, Jakarta "Going forward on Mining Business" See More. RTC - Kalimantan Mining 2016. 11 Aug 2016 Swiss Belhotel Balikpapan, . See More. Sumatra Miner 2016. ... eases ore export ban. Golden Energy and Resources lists on SGX

  • Govt to Provide Incentives for Indonesias Coal Downstream

     · Jakarta: The Government plans to provide incentives for the countrys industries in a bid to boost competitiveness of those industries. “The Government will provide many incentives so coal industries can be more economical and more competitive,” said Minister of Energy and Resources Arifin Tasrif on Sunday, as quoted by the Cabinet

  • Promoting downstream processing: resource nationalism or

    Policies in a growing number of countries confirm the interest in . Some countries have used positive fiscal incentives. , for instance, relies on tax holidays, reductions in corporate income tax and duty exempt imports to incentivize primary producers to invest in facilities Bellefleur 2014.Rwanda applies a 15% Preferential Corporate Income

  • Downstream industry development key to boosting mineral

    The new law on and coal mining requires the development of the industry, he added. "All mining products must be processed further. For instance, coal products can be processed into synthetic gas for petrochemical industry, or its coals calorific value can be increased for the steel industry," he suggested

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