THE TNCS CRIMES IN INDONESIA’S MINING INVESTMENT:

“THE NEED OF BINDING TREATY”

Indonesia’s economy has been depending on its natural resources such as agriculture (food, fishery, forestry, and plantation) and mining (oil, natural gas, minerals and coal). These sectors have given significant contribution to Indonesia’s economy. Agriculture sector contributes 14.3% to the country’s Gross Domestic Product. Whereas, mining sector contributes 8.0% to the GDP[1]. This means more than one fifth of Indonesia’s economy is supported by the two sectors.

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PAPER OF IGJ FOR THE HUMAN RIGHT TREATY ON TNC’s AND OTHER BUSINESS