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Becoming a Fan of Bans

Monday, February 6, 2023

To achieve downstreaming, the government has another policy option. Instead of imposing export bans, the government could implement a tax on raw mineral exports.

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THE Indonesian government is increasingly aggressive in implementing export bans on raw mineral products. Two commodities, bauxite and copper concentrates, will be put on the export embargo list effective from June 2023.

At a glance, this policy looks good for downstreaming. Instead of exporting raw minerals, surely it would be better if Indonesia exports processed mineral products. There will be more added value to the economy since processed m


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