Exporting raw materials would be 'unfair' for Indonesia
Feb 21, 2014 | 05:35 PM
| Claire Hack
LONDON Exporting unrefined raw materials would be unfair to Indonesia, according to Saleh Abdurrahman, head of the center for public communication in the countrys ministry of energy and mineral resources.
Defending the countrys ban on the export of unrefined minerals, which was implemented at the start of 2014, he said the policy is very advantageous for Indonesia. ....
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