Risks remain for Indonesian coal
Bertrand Jabouley and Vishal Kulkarni
PREMIUM Indonesia’s coal sector — much like the industry throughout the region — has seen a turbulent time in the wake of lower prices. However since the middle of 2016, there has been a global rebound in thermal coal prices, leading to strong balance sheets for many coal players within ASEAN, including Indonesia. Within Indonesia, we see potential for growing coal demand. There is...
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