'More radioactive' rare earth from Malawi for Lynas?
The on-going controversy surrounding the Lynas Advanced Material Plant (Lamp) may well escalate, depending on what the Australian mining giant intends to do with ore from its recently-acquired Kangankunde Carbonatite Complex (KGK) in Malawi.
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