Indonesian exporters face three-step approval process after May 6 ban
May 11, 2012 | 03:47 AM
Three government ministries in Indonesia will examine a list of 151 companies that want the right to export minerals after the country enforced new rules on Sunday May 6.
Companies must complete a three-step procedure before being allowed to export, the first with the energy and resources ministry, the second with the trade ministry, and the third with the finance ministry.
“There are 151 companies that are now in consultation with us,” Dede Ida Suhendra, director of mineral, coal and....
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