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Lynas merupakan satu-satunya pengeluar penting nadir bumi di luar negara China.
Australia's Lynas Corp may not be able to match China's rare earth minerals but it sure does hope to lead the way outside of the republic.
The rare earth mining company still hopes to resolve issues through discussions with the Malaysian government.
The Kuantan MP says Amanda Lacaze is just 'one step short of telling Malaysians to swallow carcinogens generated as waste by Lynas'.
Industri berteknologi tinggi berkaitan nadir bumi akan mengalami pertumbuhan pesat pada masa depan.
Lynas chief executive Amanda Lacaze says Malaysia has strong potential for the development of the rare earths downstream industry but investors have been driven away by critics' claims.
Lynas Malaysia chief executive Amanda Lacaze says the government's review committee has recognised that Lynas is an intrinsically low-risk enterprise.
Lynas CEO says the firm will undertake safety measures as recommended by the committee and continue to improve its business and provide employment to Malaysians.
Amanda Lacaze says the company has been misunderstood, leading to people making the wrong conclusion.
Pengurus Besar Keselamatan Radiasi Lynas Malaysia, Dr Ismail Bahari pernah mengukur paras radiasi di loji Gebeng dan mendapati ia sama dengan radiasi persekitaran di Pantai Pasir Hitam di Langkawi.
Penubuhan jawatan yang diketuai Fuziah bersama-sama Ahli Parlimen Bentong Wong Tack dilaporkan oleh media pada 8 Julai lepas.
Lynas CEO defends the safety of the rare earths plant for workers, the surrounding communities and the environment.
It is ready to cooperate with any committee set up to look into its factory operations and environmental pollution issues.
Lynas Corp CEO says terms agreed with Atomic Energy Licensing Board on process to identify commercial use for radioactive 'water leach purification waste'.