JAKARTA, Jan 10 (Reuters) – Indonesia may allow coal exports to resume by the end of Monday or Tuesday, as domestic demand has been met, senior minister Luhut Pandjaitan said.
“End of today or tomorrow we can release some of the big vessels,” Luhut said in an interview on Monday with CNBC.
He said the government was also drawing up a new pricing structure for the so-called domestic market obligation, so the state utility firm PLN buys coal at market price.
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