Miners unhappy with moratorium extension

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  • Sunday, 03 Jul 2016

Nowhere to go: Untouched bauxite stockpiles at the Felda Bukit Goh area.

KUANTAN: Bauxite mining operators here are disappointed with the decision to extend the moratorium by another two months.

Bukit Goh Bauxite Issues Committee chairman Datuk Dr Abd Wahid Abd Manap said operators had been blamed for not clearing their stockpiles on time when they could not even do that in the first place without a mining licence.

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