Indonesia Vows to Stick With Ore Export Curbs as Metals SinkBy
Message from the president is quite clear, official says
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Indonesia won’t flip-flop on its mineral-ore export ban even as prices of metals languish at multiyear lows, with President Joko Widodo reaffirming his government’s full support for the policy that’s designed to compel investment in processing capacity.
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