From the archives: Holding onto Indonesia's coal: export bans and taxes
07.12.2018 by Joe Tipson
The message from Jero Wacik, Minister for Energy and Mineral Resources was clear: “we cannot say no to coal exports, but the priority of resources has to be for domestic needs, so exports have to be controlled”.
Wacik made his remarks during the opening session of Coaltrans Asia and his words had a profound effect throughout the annual three-day conference held in Bali, Indonesia.
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