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Lynas' licence renewed in Malaysia

Lynas Corp has six months to find a permanent location for the slightly radioactive water leach purification (WLF) residue produced as a result of processing at its rare earths facility in Malaysia

Michael Quinn
Lynas Corp's rare earths processing venture in Malaysia

Lynas Corp's rare earths processing venture in Malaysia

Lynas is "confident" it will be able to do this, and Malaysian authorities have renewed Lynas' operating licence for an initial six-month period. Malaysian authorities are also requiring the company...

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