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10 June 2010

Indonesia: Marijuana, fishing and many more businesses are now closed for investment

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The Indonesian government has declared certain lines of business closed to investment Chief Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa said here on Wednesday.

Closed to investment are raising marijuana, fishing, taking coral reefs for use as building material, alcoholic drinks, alkali chlorine with mercury process, and chemicals that damage the environment, the operation of land terminals, truck weighing stations, motor vehicle testing, shipping navigation supporting telecommunication/navigational means, vessel traffic information systems, and air traffic guidance services, the management of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits, government museums, historical and ancient legacies, traditional environments, monuments, and casinos.




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