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Smelter in Papua, a Requirement for Freeport to Extend the Business Contract

Monday, December 18, 2023

The government is revising the requirement for Freeport’s contract extension. The mining company is mandated to build a smelter in Papua and divest its shares.

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Accompanied by several cabinet ministers, President Joko Widodo receives Freeport McMoRan CEO Ricard Adkerson at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Washington DC, United States, November 13. Presidential Secretariat/Laily Rachev . tempo : 172186653994.

THE dream of the Papua community to soon see a smelter or copper processing plant standing on their native land seems to still require time. Freeport Indonesia, the company committed to building the smelter, is still hindered by contract extension matters. Yet, the smelter construction plan in Papua is part of the negotiations for the extension of a special mining business license or IUPK with the government, including the release of an addi

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