Rare earth pilot project expected to Boost state revenue, says Perak MB


KUALA KANGSAR: The Perak government says that a rare earth project identified as lintonite in Hulu Perak is expected to boost its revenue.

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Saarani Mohamad (pic) said the state government had received approval from the Environment Department (DOE), through an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report last week, to implement the pilot project.

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