India’s AMCR rules seek clarity over monazite

By Shruti Salwan
Published: Tuesday, 20 September 2016

While the Indian beach sand mineral industry is yet adapting to the newly introduced provisions Under the Atomic Mineral Concession Rules 2016, clarity over monazite remains opaque as the government has sought help from the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) in demarcating this area.

India’s Atomic Mineral Concession Rules 2016 (AMCR) aimed at enhancing the country’s presence in the heavy minerals market still remain ambiguous over the potential mining of deposits exceeding minimum monazite threshold limits.

Miners have also expressed fear that the suggested auctioning routes will delay productivity. 

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