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INDONESIA - FEBRUARY 05: Indonesians tend to their rice crop in paddy fields near the village of Aik Kangkung, about 15 kilometers south of PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara's giant Batu Hijau copper mining pit in the southwest tip of the central Indonesian island of Sumbawa, on Saturday February 5, 2005. Water from catchment areas in the mining area feeds the rice paddy around Aik Kangkung, and is cleaned and monitored by Newmont, which also built and maintain a weir controlling water level in these fields. (Photo by Jonathan Drake/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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INDONESIA - FEBRUARY 05: Indonesians tend to their rice crop in paddy fields near the village of Aik Kangkung, about 15 kilometers south of PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara's giant Batu Hijau copper mining pit in the southwest tip of the central Indonesian island of Sumbawa, on Saturday February 5, 2005. Water from catchment areas in the mining area feeds the rice paddy around Aik Kangkung, and is cleaned and monitored by Newmont, which also built and maintain a weir controlling water level in these fields. (Photo by Jonathan Drake/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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Indonesians tend to their rice crop in paddy fields near the village... News Photo 94838159Asian Style Conical Hat,Center,Copper,Crop,Field,Giant,Government,Horizontal,Indonesia,Indonesian Ethnicity,Island,Kilometer,Mining,Outdoors,Pit,Politics,Rice,Rice Paddy,Sumbawa,Tending,Tip,VillagePhotographer Collection: Bloomberg INDONESIA - FEBRUARY 05: Indonesians tend to their rice crop in paddy fields near the village of Aik Kangkung, about 15 kilometers south of PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara's giant Batu Hijau copper mining pit in the southwest tip of the central Indonesian island of Sumbawa, on Saturday February 5, 2005. Water from catchment areas in the mining area feeds the rice paddy around Aik Kangkung, and is cleaned and monitored by Newmont, which also built and maintain a weir controlling water level in these fields. (Photo by Jonathan Drake/Bloomberg via Getty Images)