According to the data from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (hereinafter referred to as “MoEMR”), Indonesia has natural resources such as nickel, bauxite, tin, and coal reserves in 2020 amounted to 3,5 billion tonnes, 3,45 billion tonnes, 3,5 billion tonnes, and 558 billion tones, respectively. However, despite its land potential, Indonesia has yet to use it optimally. There are many challenges in implementing the Mining Law and other regulations related to mining activities, particularly in disputes of ownership of shares in companies, overlaps of mining area, sale and purchase of mining commodities, mining service contracts, and investment failures. These problems cause uncertainty in the investment environment of the Indonesian mining industry. However, with its geological potential, Indonesia still has a good opportunity to attract more investment in the mining industry.
Our Lawyer and Legal Writer have prepared a Legal Memo which aims to outline most disputes in the Indonesian mining sector, which can hopefully be avoided in the future. The Legal Memo can be downloaded here ←
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