Chinese rare earth threats bring rapprochement to Malaysia, Lynas

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 05 June 2019

Australian and Malaysian politicians are set to meet, with the future of rare earth miner Lynas likely to be top of the agenda.

The governments of Malaysia and Western Australia will meet to discuss the disposal of waste from Lynas’ rare earth plant in Kuantan, Malaysia, in negotiations that could be key to the future of the company.

The mines minister of Western Australia and the Malaysian counterpart will meet in Perth on June...

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