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Can China hold the world to ransom over access to rare-earth metals?

Moneyweek 06 Mar 2021
... and profitable to mine them ... However, a big slice of the difference is accounted for by just one player – the Japanese-backed Australian firm Lynas, which owns the Mount Weld mine in Western Australia and a vast processing plant in Malaysia.But there’s no real need to worry?.
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Arctic island discovers that green power can be a curse

Taipei Times 05 Mar 2021
Each Greenland mine would cost about US$500 million to develop, the companies say ... The only major plant outside China that does the complex work of separating individual rare earth elements is in Malaysia, but others — including the Mountain Pass mine in the US — are planning or have started to build such facilities.
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Australia seeks boost in minerals supply chain

Taipei Times 04 Mar 2021
It encourages growth in high-value products such as batteries and solar cells, as well as technologies and equipment that make mining safer and more efficient ... Lynas Rare Earths Ltd sends minerals from its operations in Australia to Malaysia for processing, but has plans to build a facility close to its Mount Weld mine in the country’s west ... .
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Mining magnets: Arctic island finds green power can be a curseThe contest underscores the polluting ...

Deccan Herald 02 Mar 2021
As Greenland's ice sheet and glaciers recede, two Australia-based mining companies - one seeking funding in the United States, the other part-owned by a Chinese state-backed firm - are racing for approval to dig into what the US Geological Survey (USGS) calls the world's biggest undeveloped deposits of rare earth metals.
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Mining magnets: Arctic island finds green power can be a curse

Metro USA 02 Mar 2021
As Greenland’s ice sheet and glaciers recede, two Australia-based mining companies – one seeking funding in the United States, the other part-owned by a Chinese state-backed firm – are racing for approval to dig into what the U.S ... Each Greenland mine would cost about $500 million to develop, the companies say.
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Pakistan Feeds Two Crocodiles

The American Spectator 16 Feb 2021
“Each one hopes that if he feeds the crocodile enough, the crocodile will eat him last.” ... Further, Tajikistan had to give up territory in the Pamir range so that China could mine precious metals and ores, and Malaysia more recently has cancelled a $10.5 billion port project that involved Chinese investors — in addition to two gas pipelines ... .
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From Pakistan to India: Tracing my grandmother’s refugee journey

Al Jazeera 14 Feb 2021
At the age of 24, she migrated to Malaysia from India with her new husband – my grandfather, a police inspector and former soldier in the British Malaya army ... She lived in several different cities in Malaysia before finally settling in Seremban in 1963, a town known for tin mining and its sweet, baked pork buns.
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Asia accounts for almost half of all digital asset trading

Asiatimes 20 Jan 2021
These were Binance, Bitmain, Canaan, Block.one, Ebang, and Liquid – with half of those directly related to bitcoin mining. China currently controls 65% of the bitcoin hash rate, but Malaysia has also entered the top five, accounting for 4.33% of the global hash rate due to its low electricity costs, according to Cointelegraph ....
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The Serpent episode 4 recap: the dark truth behind Ajay Chowdhury’s “revelation”

Stylist 18 Jan 2021
The Serpent episode 4 recap. the dark truth behind Ajay Chowdhury’s “revelation”. Posted by Kayleigh Dray for TV. Share this. Series. Under Her Eye. backgroundLayer 1 ... Warning ... You may also like ... According to a book published on Charles Sobhraj, the real Ajay Chowdhury was sent on an errand to collect gems from a mining town in Malaysia in 1976 ... Images ... .
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ASEAN forum to focus on sustainable infrastructure, digital innovation

Korea Times 15 Jan 2021
Officials from the Department of Public Works and Highways of the Philippines, the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board, the Ministry of Energy and Mines of Laos, Tenaga National Berhad of Malaysia, the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications of Brunei, the Nay Pyi Taw ...
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Cautious trade for Bursa Malaysia

Malaysian National News Agency 11 Jan 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 11 -- Bursa Malaysia traded in the red throughout the day as investors cautiously await the government’s new measures in response to the surge in local COVID-19 cases ... “The Bursa Malaysia Plantation Index followed suit to increase by 0.9 per cent during the day,” he noted.
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Thai women gold panners find bright spot in COVID-ravaged economy

Al Jazeera 30 Dec 2020
As the yellowish mud swirls away in the waters of Thailand’s Sai Buri river, Sunisa Srisuwanno lifts her wooden pan with a cluster of gleaming specks caught in the centre ... The area’s name – Gold Mountain – indicates that mining has gone on longer than anyone can remember in Sukhirin District, on Thailand’s southern border with Malaysia ... .
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Sarawak still on track to attain developed status by 2030 - Abang Johari

Malaysian National News Agency 24 Dec 2020
Abang Johari said the CSA had also paved the way for Sarawak to participate actively in the upstream and downstream activities of its oil and gas resources through Petros, the state’s oil and gas company, which made Sarawak the only place in Malaysia where onshore oil mining would be revived.
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All parties should have uniform view on COVID-19 vaccine - Zulkifli

Malaysian National News Agency 24 Dec 2020
“We want all to have a uniform view (on the use of vaccine) because this (view) is not solely mine but of that scholars, and not just in Malaysia. References are made for the ummah as a whole and the Arab countries agree on this method,” he told reporters after holding a meeting with 80 celebrity preachers here, today ... ....
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