A few months ago, the Batops silver mine in Indonesia announced it would be closed.

Its closure was announced on July 7.

The mine is operated by the Batopa Silver mine group.

The company had a lot of issues with the mine’s finances and management.

It was not until the government intervened that the mine closed.

The government announced in May that the Batopes mine would be sold to an unnamed company, which was to acquire the mine, and that the government would be responsible for the mine management and mining.

This led many to speculate that the mining company had been bought out. 

The government announced that it would pay $15 million for the Batope silver mine.

This was more than the mine had been worth for years, as it had been the third-largest silver mine and the third largest gold mine in the world.

It will be the largest gold mining operation in Indonesia.

The Batops Silver Mine is located in the country’s eastern Kalimantan province, near the island of Sulawesi. 

“I think that it is not fair that the company should be owned by foreigners and they should be given the resources that they have and they must be responsible.

They have to be responsible in everything they do,” said Anson Mutharani, a mine operator, in May 2017. 

 “They have to have all the licenses and permits and we must have all our documentation in order to operate.

And we must also take care of the people who work for us.” 

In May 2017, the government announced it had purchased the Batopia mine from the Batopus group.

But in the end, it sold the Batoplas mine to a private company.

In October 2017, Batopolis announced that the majority of the mine would not be mineable again.

“The mine will not be accessible for the people to use anymore.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and the sadness that the people will experience,” Batopoli chairman, Ramon Ndola, said in a statement. 

‘We are sorry’ The Batopises decision is also not the first time that the country has had to deal with its mine’s issues. 

In 2013, Indonesia had to close its Batopis mine for several months after it was discovered to be a gold mine, with the Ministry of Mines reporting that “the mines integrity was severely compromised”.

In 2013 a group of miners from Batopides mine were caught illegally burning coal to heat their homes in the winter, while the government said the mines operators were not aware of the danger of coal burning. 

Meanwhile, Indonesia’s gold mining industry has been hit hard by the countrys mining industry.

A report by the US government’s International Monetary Fund found that the industry had been hit with an 8.5 percent drop in mining revenues over the past five years, which is estimated to be at least $1 billion.

 “We have had a hard time.

It is really difficult for us.

We were trying to get a lot more people to work, and we have not been able to get more people into the mining business,” Anson Muzzo, a miner who had worked in Batopidae mines, told Reuters in 2015. 

Batsopolis is the fifth gold mine of its kind in Indonesia, and it is expected to remain so for years to come. 

This article was originally published on The Conversation.

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