Indonesia outlines criteria for mining product exports
Feb 03, 2014 | 02:35 PM
| Shivani Singh
SINGAPORE Indonesia has outlined conditions and approvals that are needed before mining companies can export refined products and processed minerals, according to a Ministry of Trade regulation cited on the website of international law firm OMelveny & Myers LLP.
Companies can export mining products like silver and gold with 99-percent purity and processed minerals such as copper concentrate of between 15- and 98-percent purity after obtaining recognition as a registered exporter of processed and purified mining products from the ministry of trade, the law firm said.....
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