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“Indonesia’s Mining Fiscal Regime 2021” provides comprehensive coverage of the country’s regulatory framework for mining. The report includes information about the country’s mining regulators, taxes, laws, rights, and obligations. It also provides a snapshot of the country’s macroeconomic performance, ease of doing business, corruption index, and mineral overview.
The Indonesian mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (MEMR), which was established to improve energy and mineral operations and make them more efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly. Together with MEMR, the mining industry in Indonesia is managed by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, the Association for Exploration and Mining Development Indonesia, and the Indonesian Coal Mining Association.
On June 10, a new Mining Law No. 3 of 2020 was enacted to amend Mining Law No. 4 of 2009. The new law aims to develop the country’s downstream mining industry and encourage investment in mine exploration. A variety of taxes apply to businesses in Indonesia, including corporate and withholding taxes, sales tax on luxury goods, and sales tax.
The report describes the governing bodies, applicable laws, various mineral licenses and fees by state and territory
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Find out about Indonesia’s governing bodies and key industry laws
Identify various mineral licenses and fees
To get an overview of the fiscal mining system
Main topics covered:
2. Country overview
2.1 Macroeconomic performance
2.2 Ease of doing business
2.3 Corruption Index
2.4 Overview of minerals
3. Tax regime
3.1 Governing bodies
3.2 Laws and Regulations
3.3 Rights and Obligations
3.4 Mineral Licenses and Mining Areas
3.5 Taxes and License Fees
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