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Coal & Metal Asia Magazine Vol 140

Indotruck Utama strives for partnership
Mining industry currently undergoes bullish trend following the lackluster global economy during COVID-19 pandemic and coupled with Russia-Ukraine conflict. Commodity prices, particularly coal, rises to the highest level due to extremely strong demand while the supply side shows stable growth.

Wooing investors into nickel-ecosystem
Capitalizing on the steady growth of domestic nickel-based ecosystem as part of global electric vehicle supply chain, the government has been continually trying to woo both foreign and domestic investors to actively participate in the project.

OPINION | Singgih Widagdo
Coal BLU, the best option
After the world economy got hit by Covid-19 pandemic, and more recently, Russia’s invasion to Ukraine on 24 February 2022, there have been open opportunities for various energy commodities in the market, including coal, to have price increases. The initial moment of the sharp increase of coal price happened in December 2020, when the price reached US$ 83.38.

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