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Steel imported allegedly for th long-completed government projects is harming the local steel industry.
Trade Minister Muhammad Lutfi is confident that Indonesia will no longer be only exporting raw materials and half-processed goods.
One domestic steel factory has urged the Indonesian government to provide protection from the possible wave of cheap steel imports from China.
The Industry Ministry has again planned to lower industrial gas prices from its current position of USD 6 per MMBTU.
Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan has said that the government has set a target of earning US$10 billion from iron and steel exports this year.
The Indonesian Iron & Steel Industry Association (IISIA) expressed hope for a government control on steel imports.
Indonesia's iron and steel imports recorded the highest increase of 30 percent in 2018 owing to the massive infrastructure development
Krakatau Steel planned to restructure its corporate organization and a number of subsidiaries for the next three months.
Indonesia's steel industry would need an additional 15 thousand workers to reach its production target of 10 million tons by 2025