Ban on rare earth exploration worries Japan

From Face of Malawi Sun Dec 16 2012, 06:18:34

Japanese ambassador to Malawi Fujio Samukawa says he is concerned with disagreements that have led to the stalling of the exploration of rare earth on Mulanje Mountain. Samukawa said he is baffled that the development is coming at a time the Malawi government has already issued a license authorising the exploration of minerals in the [...]

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