Indonesia’s mining ministry may soften ban on exports
Jan 08, 2014 | 12:15 PM
| Shivani Singh
SINGAPORE Indonesias mining ministry is proposing a regulation that could soften the mineral export ban scheduled to take effect Jan. 12, a senior government official told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin.
Exports of completely unprocessed ore would still be banned, R. Sukhyar, director-general of coal and mineral resources at Indias Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, said Jan. 8, but the proposed regulation would define minimum processing requirements for each mineral,....
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