Mineral Products Export Requirements Regulation

AuthorWilliam A. Sullivan/Christian Teo Purwono & Partners
ProfessionLicensed Foreign Advocate in Indonesia as well as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales
Mineral Products Export
Requirements Regulation
I. Executive Summary
1. Overview
The Mineral Products Export Regulation (hereinafter referred to as MoTR
29/2012) was issued with legal effect from May 7, 2012 and having regard
to Article 5 of the 2009 Mining Law which provides that the Government shall
issue regulations to prioritize the availability of minerals and coal for domestic
interest by controlling the production and export of certain mineral products.
2. Approach
2.1 Mineral Products: MoTR 29/2012 aims to control the export of cer-
tain unprocessed mineral products (Certain Mineral Products).
2.2 Only parties that have the status of registered exportersof Certain
Mining Products (ET-Certain Mineral Products) may export min-
eral products.
2.3 Relevant Mineral Products: There are 65 Certain Mining Products
a. Metal minerals;
b. Nonmetal minerals; and
c. Rocks; but
d. Not coal.
2.4 The details of the Certain Mineral Products are set out in the Appendix
to MoTR 29/2012.
2.5 Requirements for ET-Certain Mineral Products Status: Compa-
nies that wish to be ET-Mineral Products must submit an application to
DGoFT and fulll various other requirements including, most impor-
tantly, obtaining a recommendation from MoEMR.

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