JAKARTA -- U.S. miner Freeport-McMoRan on Monday said it may seek arbitration against the Indonesian government if a dispute over its contract for a giant copper mine in Papua Province is not resolved within 120 days.
The company said Freeport Indonesia, the local subsidiary that operates the Grasberg mine, will start laying off local employees this week.
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