Mining industries are one of the most promising essential activities for investors and a number of entrepreneurs. The output is also supported by Indonesia's rich natural resources, both mineral and coal. These benefits can also be impactful in terms of human resources.
As well as the other businesses, mining activities must also have a permit from the government, as emphasized in Article 6 of PP Number 96 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activities (“PP 96/2021”) that mining businesses are carried out based on business permits from the central government.
Our associate Steven Martin participated as Trainer for training series held by EduBlast with topic "Bimbingan Teknis Perizinan dan Regulasi Pertambangan".
Mon, Aug 1st 2022, 10:26
Our paralegal and associate, Maichle and Axel reviewed and wrote an article explaining about P2P Lending and its aspects based on OJK Regulation Number 10/POJK.05/2022.
Mon, Jul 25th 2022, 11:20
Our partner Ibu Eva Armila Djauhari moderated at Indonesia Nickel Summit in Nusa Dua, Bali on 21st July 2022. The session was focusing about government policies and governance.
Wed, Jul 20th 2022, 11:10
Our partner, Ibu Eva Djauhari participated in webinar initiated by CoalMetal Asia Magazine and PT Petromindo. The topic of discussion is "Indonesia Decarbonization Roadmap for Energy Sector".
Thu, Jul 14th 2022, 23:33
Our partner, Ibu Eva participated in a coffee morning discussion by Tambang Magazine. The topic of discussion is "Smart Mining and Sustainability in Indonesia".
Mon, Jun 27th 2022, 13:13
This article contains about the overview about Apostille Legalization regulation that has been come into force on June 4, 2022. Whereas it replaced prior conventional legalization procedure.