After years of delay, CHALCO finally made progress with its Indonesia alumina refinery project and signed a feasibility study contract on October 26 with SAMI, an aluminum technology provider and one of its own subsidiaries.
Considered a strategic move after Indonesia curbed exports of some mineral ores including bauxite in 2014, the project held 51% by Antam and Inalum, and 49% by CHALCO, will build an alumina refinery with an initial capacity of 1 million metric tons per annum in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.




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