Activists confront Lynas boss at company AGM

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Activists from Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas (SMSL) confronted Lynas chairperson Nick Curtis at the Australian company's annual general assembly (AGM) in Sydney today, after Curtis told shareholders that the controversial rare earths refinery in Gebeng will start processing the rare minerals next month.

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