Perak's rare earth venture must not compromise health, safety, environment, says Sultan Nazrin


IPOH: Non-radioactive rare earth element (NR-REE) extraction is among the new revenue sources the Perak state government is focusing on to increase its revenues, says Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah (oic).

The Sultan of Perak, however, cautioned that the health, safety and environmental factors, including the long-term benefit for the state and its people, must be prioritised and cannot be compromised.

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