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Biopiracy And Research In Indonesia
Indonesia has passed a new law to protect the country's natural resources from biopiracy.
Indonesia
23 Jul 2019
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Legal Alert August 2018
SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly publication of SSEK, Indonesian Legal Consultants. SSEK's lawyers, advisors and associates provide a wide range ...
Indonesia
21 Nov 2018
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The Constitutional Court Granted Judicial Review On The Provisions Of Environment Law
On 21 January 2015, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia rendered Judgment No. 18/ PUU-XII/2014 on judicial review proceedings relating to the application of environmental permits...
Indonesia
23 Feb 2016
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Haze Impacting The Neighborhood: What Actually Is The Law Regulating It?
Again, the haze caused by Indonesian forest fires in Kalimantan and Sumatera has been impacting the neighbouring countries.
Indonesia
17 Feb 2016
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The Prevention And Eradication Of Forest Destruction
Forests must be utilized and used in an appropriate and sustainable way by considering ecological, social and economic functions and ensuring the continuity of forests for the present and future generations.
Indonesia
11 Feb 2016
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New Minister of the Environment Regulation No.4 of 2013
Guidelines for the Resolution of Environmental Disputes provide another step in dealing with an environmental complaint.
Indonesia
22 Aug 2013
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Licenses for Hazardous and Toxic Waste Management
Changes to the licensing scheme are afoot.
Indonesia
7 May 2013
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New Regulation on Environmental Administrative Sanction Guidelines
Sanctions may be imposed in stages, cumulatively or randomly according to the severity of the violation.
Indonesia
7 May 2013
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Foreign Investment in Mining in Indonesia
An overview of foreign investment in the Indonesian mining sector.
Indonesia
 
16 Jan 2012
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New Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) Regulation
Effective 31 December 2009, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (the "Ministry") issued a new regulation (No. 34 of 2009) (the "Regulation") on prioritising mineral and coal resources for domestic usage.
Indonesia
25 Jan 2010
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Indonesia Follows Suit In The Production And Use of Biofuels
Biofuels around the Globe. In Brazil, cars run on a 25 percent ethanol gasoline blend, taking advantage of being the world's largest producer of sugar-based ethanol of 16 billion litres (3.52 billion gallons) a year. Petrobras exported 2 billion litres of ethanol in 2005 and plans to increase exports to 9.4 billion litres in 2010.
Indonesia
12 Apr 2007
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Indonesian Mining 2006
Indonesia is among the top 10 producers in the world for gold, copper, nickel and tin. Its world-class mines include Grasberg, Batu Hijau and Soroako. Active mining companies include Antam, Freeport, Koba Tin, Newcrest, Newmont and Timah. The country is a key supplier of minerals and metals to Asia’s leading industrialised and industrialising nations.
Indonesia
21 Jul 2006
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Indonesian Gas Regulation (2006)
Even though the Indonesian government issued a new Oil and Gas Law (Law 22 of 2001) in 2001, and several government regulations to implement Law No. 22, principally, Government Regulation No. 35 of 2004 as amended by Government Regulation No. 34 of 2005 regarding upstream oil and gas business activities (GR 35) and Government Regulation No. 36 of 2004 regarding downstream oil and gas business activities (GR 36), the gas business in Indonesia remains in transition.
Indonesia
4 May 2006
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Indonesian Gas Regulation 2005
Even though the Indonesian government issued a new Oil and Gas Law (Law 22 of 2001) in 2001, and two government regulations to implement Law No. 22, namely, Government Regulation No. 35 of 2004 regarding upstream oil and gas business activities (GR 35) and Government Regulation No. 36 of 2004 regarding downstream oil and gas business activities (GR 36), the gas business in Indonesia remains in transition.
Indonesia
6 Sep 2005
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Indonesian Mining 2005
Indonesia is among the top 10 producers in the world for gold, copper, nickel and tin. Its world-class mines include Grasberg, Batu Hijau and Soroako. Active mining companies include Antam, Freeport, Koba Tin, Newcrest, Newmont and Timah.
Indonesia
10 Aug 2005
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