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Urgent Action: Indonesia: Mining activities will threaten right to food of 60,000 people
In June 2005, a gold and copper mining company began preliminary exploration activities in the regency (district) of Lembata in Flores. The proposed mining activities will result in the people of Lembata losing their agricultural land as well as ocean resources, which provide their staple diet. The planned mine will also cause the resettlement of at least 60,000 local people. As such, the right to food of the local people will therefore be severely threatened.

International action is needed in order to stop current exploration activities and to stop the mine from going ahead. Please send a letter to the Minster for Energy and Mineral Resources, Governor of East Nusa Tenggara, Chair of the Lembata Regional Parliament, and the Regent of Lembata, requesting them to protect the right to food of 60,000 people in Lembata.



Indonesia's Timah To Cut Tin Output To Support Market
Reuters, Tue Apr 14, 2009
By Fitri Wulandari

JAKARTA, April 14 (Reuters) - Indonesia's PT Timah Tbk (TINS.JK), the world's biggest integrated tin miner, said on Tuesday it expected to cut its refined tin output by as much as 8 percent this year to avoid depressing global prices further.
Indonesia Prods State Miners To Buy Into Newmont Unit
Reuters,  Apr 14, 2009
By Fitri Wulandari

JAKARTA, April 14 (Reuters) - Indonesia's minister for state enterprises said he wants state mining firms to have first right to buy shares in a unit of U.S. gold miner Newmont Mining Corp (NEM.N), but analysts and some firms said they lack the funds.
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