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SYDNEY: Rare earths producer Lynas Corp said on Monday it closed its processing plant in Malaysia temporarily after the government introduced strict measures to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.
MELBOURNE: Australian miner Lynas Corp is talking to customers about the risks of relying too heavily on China for rare earth supplies in the wake of disruptions from the new coronavirus outbreak, the company's CEO said on Friday.
Lynas Corp Ltd said on Thursday Malaysia has approved a new three-year licence that allows the Australian miner to operate the only major rare earths processing plant outside of China.
Rare earths producer Lynas Corp, which has a plant in Gebeng, Malaysia, said on Monday the Australian government recognised its Kalgoorlie processing plant as a key project for the country and will support regulatory approvals.
Sydney: Australian rare earths miner Lynas Corp Ltd said on Tuesday it was unsuccessful in securing approval from a Malaysian regulator to increase its lathanide concentrate processing limit for 2019.
IN July, a nondescript article from an online portal touched on a big issue – that the government was looking to exploit Malaysia’s treasure trove of mineral reserves.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas Corp is working to select a site in Malaysia's Pahang state to build a storage facility for low-level radioactive waste as a March deadline nears, the CEO of the rare earths miner said on Thursday.KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas Corp is working to select a site in Malaysia's Pahang state to build a storage facility for low-level radioactive waste as a March deadline nears, the CEO of the rare earths miner said on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: As the largest producer of rare-earth materials outside China, Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd is presenting Malaysia with an opportunity to be at the industry’s leading edge by developing the downstream sector.
Australian rare earths miner Lynas Corp posted a 50% jump in annual profit on Thursday amid record production of major rare earth elements but the company said most of its growth will be outside China.