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  • 11 May 2016
    Moratorium expected to salvage mining business

    The Jakarta Post A moratorium on mining permits may be the mining sector’s solution for keeping its head above water on the back of weak commodity prices. Data from the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry show that there have been 10,364 mining licenses ( IUP ) issued, 3,960 of which carry a non-clean and...

  • 29 April 2016
    Less Onerous Export Requirements

    INTRODUCTION Indonesia has moved to relax the export requirements for some minerals but not for coal. Metal minerals, non-metal minerals and rocks, that have met the minimum requirements for processing and refining or that may be temporarily exported in...

  • 23 October 2014
    Indonesian mining to be educated on the latest innovations & technology

    REEDMININGEVENTS, organisers of the 2014 Mining & Engineering Indonesia and Ozmine2014 Exhibition, have released the final schedule for the TechTalks seminar series, offering attendees the opportunity to develop strategies for more efficient and productive mine...

  • 16 October 2014
    Mining productivity & efficiency key focus for suppliers of M&E Indonesia

    Maximising mine site operations will be the overarching focus at the Mining & Engineering (M&E) Indonesia and Ozmine2014 Conference & Exhibition, with the various educational programmes and operational solutions on offer providing the Indonesian mining sector with the...

  • 16 September 2014
    Austrade Partners With Reedminingevents For Ozmine2014

    Austrade and REEDMININGEVENTS have confirmed their strategic partnership for Ozmine and Mining & Engineering (M&E) Indonesia, which will see the Ozmine exhibition feature as the Australian Pavilion at M&E Indonesia, to be held at the Jakarta International Expo...

  • 02 November 2012
    Mining & Engineering Indonesia connects quality buyers to international suppliers

    A dedicated event that builds relationship and new contacts among the industry players Jakarta, 2 November 2012 – The inaugural edition of Mining & Engineering (M&E) Indonesia 2012, ended on a successful note. The conference-led event attracted attendees from...

  • 08 October 2012
    Mining & Engineering Indonesia presents new products from Indonesia and beyond

    An international platform that connects Indonesia’s mining industry to the world Jakarta, 8 October 2012 – Mining & Engineering (M&E) Indonesia 2012 connects Indonesian mining industry to the world, bringing representation from Australia, China, India, Singapore,...

  • 05 May 2012
    Sino-Indonesia trade to stay on growth track

    Source: China Daily Bilateral trade between China and Indonesia will keep expanding this year despite recent moves by Jakarta to curb foreign investment in the mining industry and limit raw mineral exports. Indonesian Ambassador to China Imron Cotan told China Daily that the...

  • 23 April 2012
    Foreign Investment Jumps in Indonesia

    Source: The Wall Street Journal | Asia JAKARTA - Foreign direct investment in Indonesia jumped 30% to a record 51.5 trillion rupiah ($5.6 billion) in the first three months of the year, as foreign companies continued to expand despite discouraging policy decisions in recent...

  • 13 April 2012
    Miners oppose govt’s export tax plan

    Source: The Jakarta Post Indonesian mining companies have strongly protested the government’s plan to impose a 25 percent export tax on mineral ores and coal, saying that the measure would severely hurt their businesses because they already pay high income tax rates. The...

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