Lynas gets all-clear but protest groups still unhappy


KUANTAN: While regulating agencies gave the all-clear to the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP), an opposing group is not letting up.

By the end of the nearly five-hour public hearing yesterday relating to the rare earth refinery’s operations here, all parties had their say.

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