Indonesia postpones plan to allow only domestic firms to ship coal exports
The Indonesian trade ministry has pushed back to May 2020 the requirement for coal to be exported by domestic vessels due to the relative unavailability of such vessels. However, the government has enforced its domestic insurance requirement for cargo
The trade ministry is to enforce its requirement for coal trading to be covered only by Indonesian insurance from August this year
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