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Malaysia still integral as Lynas looks to US: Lacaze

LYNAS Rare Earths will be able to send its Kalgoorlie-processed material direct to its new plant being built in the US but that does not spell the end of its controversial Malaysian facility, managing director and CEO Amanda Lacaze told reporters on the sidelines of Diggers & Dealers on Tuesday morning.

Ngaire McDiarmid in Kalgoorlie
 Amanda Lacaze

Amanda Lacaze

Concentrate from its Mt Weld mine north of Kalgoorlie is further processed in Malaysia, with both operations recording record output in the June quarter.  The company last week said it would now receive...

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