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Asia Pulp and Paper's Indah Kiat Perawang Mill in Riau province, Sumatra
Exclusive The paper giant is aiming to rein in its massive carbon footprint in line with the Indonesian government's own net-zero target. Environmentalists fret that the company's aim to triple production and its continued operation on carbon-rich peatlands contradict its decarbonisation goals.
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603217 Yuanli Chemical Group Co., Ltd. Class A 4.83%
ADRO PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk 4.11%
4732 USS Co., Ltd. 3.30%
51600 KEPCO Plant Service & Engineering Co., Ltd 2.37%
3382 Seven & I Holdings Co., Ltd. 2.17%
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AP AP (Thailand) Public Co. Ltd. -13.03%
586 China Conch Venture Holdings Ltd. -10.49%
6474 Nachi-Fujikoshi Corp. -9.88%
PTG PTG Energy Public Co. Ltd. -3.69%
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