• 27 results found
  • 12 April 2012
    Reed Exhibitions Launches Mining & Engineering Indonesia in Partnership With Indonesian Mining Association

    A new platform to address key current challenges and showcase latest technologies for the Indonesia mining industry Jakarta, 12 April 2012 – Reed Exhibitions announced Mining & Engineering Indonesia will take place from 10-12 October 2012 at the Jakarta Convention...

  • 10 April 2012
    South Korea, Japanese firms asked to build smelters in Indonesia

    Source: Xinhua English Indonesian Industry Minister M.S. Hidayat said on Tuesday that he has asked South Korea and Japanese firms to build smelters in Indonesia for processing mining products before they were exported, in a bid to get an added value. The government...

  • 04 April 2012
    Indonesia Plans to Impose 50 Percent Mining Tax in 2013

    Source: Reuters Indonesia plans to impose a 25 percent export tax on coal and base metals this year, jumping to 50 percent in 2013, an industry ministry official said on Tuesday, as the major producer of raw materials looks to boost domestic investment and take a bigger slice of mining profits. If imposed...

  • 04 April 2012
    Seven more companies ready to build smelters

    Source: The Jakarta Post The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry announced over the weekend that seven more companies have expressed interest in building mineral smelting plants in Indonesia. These additions bring the total number of smelters queuing up to be built to 26, up...

  • 16 March 2012
    Largest mines in Indonesia mainly safe from divestment law for now

    Source: Mining Journal Some of the largest mines in Indonesia would be safe from the country’s divestiture decree, according to analysts at JP Morgan. A presidential decree, announced last week, would force foreign-owned mining companies to divest at least 51% of...

  • 12 March 2012
    Vale Plans to Boost Production Amid Mine Ownership Fears

    Source: Bloomberg Vale Indonesia, a unit of the world’s second-biggest nickel producer, said it plans to boost output by 64 percent in eight years and won’t be deterred by a new law that may reduce its hold over domestic mines. The unit of Brazil’s Vale SA will...

  • 11 March 2012
    Indonesia’s Rule No. 24 likely to embolden other nations to grab more from mining

    Source: Indonesia surprised the global mining community last week after a new rule - Government Regulation No. 24 of 2012 – was quietly announced on the mining ministry’s website. The country – southeast Asia’s largest economy – will now require all foreign mining companies to...

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