Indonesia Revokes Thousands of Permits for Mining, Plantation, Forestry

Indonesian Government has revoked permits of more than 2,000 mining, plantation and forest use permits, President Joko Widodo said. The President stated that the permits were withdrawn because of non-compliance or they weren’t utilized.

President Widodo added that the decision was made to improve governance and transparency of Indonesia’s natural resources sector. A total of 2,078 permits were revoked in the mining industry, as well as three million hectares of forestry and plantation.

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