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Lynas gets stay of execution in Malaysia

LYNAS Rare Earths will be able to keep fully operating in Malaysia for the rest of 2023 after authorities in the country gave the company a five-month stay of execution on the importing and processing of lanthanide concentrate.

Lynas gets stay of execution in Malaysia

All going to plan, Lynas now has time to get the Kalgoorlie rare earth plant build that is underway well into the commissioning phase by January 1. Whether Kalgoorlie will be at the point of being fully...

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