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Indonesian govt threatens to revoke permits of mining companies

14th January 2017
Mining companies have, so far, benefited from exploiting and exporting Indonesias mineral ores without processing it at home, thereby causing losses to the nation. Hence, in 2009, the government had taken a decision to ban ...
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