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Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?

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There have been growing efforts from the Indonesian government to curtail the country's raw commodity exports. This happens in key strategic sectors i.e. coal, gas, metals and minerals.

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  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 1
  • Indonesia top commodity exports 2011-2014* (US$ million)
  • Indonesia export vs import (2010-2014*)
  • Export revenue 2011-2014 from LNG, copper, nickel, bauxite
  • Indonesia domestic fuel demand 2005 – 2035 (Mtoe)
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