Malaysia could attract investments of up to RM100 billion (S$33 billion) in the rare earth sector over the next 10 years, once the government makes clear how it intends to regulate the industry.
Speaking at the Malaysia Global Business Forum on Wednesday (July 10), Entrepreneurial Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof said some investors were interested in the sector but were hesitant due to conflicting news about whether rare earth processing would be welcomed in the country. READ MORE
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