Cost Estimation of Added Value in Mineral Processing

  • Frances Roi Seston Tampubolon, Arief Sabdo Yuwono, Armansyah H. Tambunan, Noer Azam Achsani

Abstract

The mineral production process has been known as the process to get mineral with some activity, and mineral production will be used for domestic consumption. All the production will be deal with the reclamation as the final activity to solve. Responding to the situation to stabilize and safeguard Indonesia's economic growth, the government has issued four policy packages to improve mineral materials' export, providing relaxation procedures related to quotas. The implementation of the government's export quota and the 20% export duty for mineral exports was issued to encourage the downstream sector starting in 2014. Application of export duty on ore through PMK No. 75 of 2012, employers may no longer export minerals because the government stimulates domestic mineral processing investment towards the export ban. Increased added value needs to be done concerning domestic mineral processing. To optimize the value of a commodity in the mining sector, the availability of raw materials in the country, and to increase employment and state revenues.

 Keywords:Mineral; Consumption; Domestic; Processing; Added-Value

Published
2020-11-27
Section
Articles