Wednesday, 29 May 2024

Rare earth

1. AID/WATCH welcomes Malaysia's Decision on ...LYNAS
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
...    MELBOURNE | Aid/Watch supports Malaysia’s decision to uphold the licence conditions imposed on Australia’s Lynas Rare Earth Ltd (Lynas) in not allowing it to import further ...
Tuesday, 28 February 2023
2. 'PR opposes Lynas plant in Gebeng'
(Compass Points/Letters)
... of Pakatan Rakyat declares our commitment to the environment, sustainable growth and green development. This rare earth plant will produce radioactive waste which, in no uncertain terms, goes against the ...
Saturday, 04 February 2012
... situation to occur. Pakatan Rakyat cannot stall on this issue any longer because Lynas is currently awaiting a temporary license to start operating the rare earths plant and is expected to receive ...
Wednesday, 01 February 2012
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