French Ministers Visit New Caledonia, With Nickel and the Future on the Agenda
By Dechlan Brennan
Two of France’s most senior ministers visited New Caledonia recently as discussions around the nation's political relationship with France continue.
Optimizing Indonesia’s Nickel Industry Potential and Maximizing its Derivatives
By Felicia Grace and Massita Ayu Cindy
Jakarta has restricted nickel exports in order to encourage the development of a downstream processing capacity. Will it succeed?
Indonesia to Appeal WTO Ruling on Nickel Export Ban
By Sebastian Strangio
“If we are scared of being sued, and we step back, we will not be a developed country," said Indonesia's President Joko Widodo.
Nickel Short Saga Raises Questions About China’s Interference in International Markets
By Dennis Kwok and Sam Goodman
Beijing’s bailout of a “big shot” metals billionaire is a warning about the growing influence of authoritarian regimes in the financial services industry.
What Is the Indonesia Battery Corporation?
By James Guild
Blessed with abundant nickel deposits, the nation hopes to position itself as a global hub of electric vehicle production.