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Economy

Policy confusion hobbles Indonesian mining

Government must provide greater certainty to achieve full economic gains

| Indonesia
A student holds a placard during a Jakarta protest in April against Freeport-McMoRan's gold and copper mine.   © Reuters

The long-running dispute between the Indonesian government and U.S. minerals company Freeport-McMoRan over Grasberg, the world's largest gold mine and second-largest copper mine, shows little sign of ending any time soon -- despite optimistic government claims to the contrary.

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