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Six Months For Lynas to Meet LPTA Conditions

16-Aug-19 07:15

Six Months For Lynas to Meet LPTA Conditions

The Atomic Energy Licensing Board (LPTA) announced that the Pakatan Harapan Government has officially renewed Lynas' operating licence for six months but subject to three conditions.The decision came after a public statement after the Cabinet gave its nod for the Australian-based company to continue operating its plant in Pahang. LTPA said the above terms are also based on the recommendations made by the Lynas Advance Materials Plant Executive Review Committee on Operations in its November 2018 report.

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