PERTH: Wesfarmers of Australia today said he was still interested in erecting Lynas Corp Ltd and could appeal to no more inconsistent registration for the same large representative representing the company. rare terrestrial landforms outside China.
The first offer of A $ 1.5 billion (US $ 1.1 billion) by the congaomeata sales-to-chemistry organization had been previously redeemed by the Lynas board, which called it "very conditional".
“Wesfarmers are still open to engage with the Lynas board on our proposal, with a view to bringing forward a smaller proposal,” said director Scott Rob Scott in a statement.
Wesfarmers' first application affected a range of conditions, including Lynas's relevant operating permissions at Malaysia for “satisfactory time” following the termination of the contract.
Lynas, who owns a US $ 800 million processing facility in Malaysia, is facing a Putrajaya rioz, who said that they will put years of composted rubbish at its Kuantan processing plant until its license is updated.
Yesterday, Lynas Corp said that he is considering the process of starting up near his Australian mine.
The statement after First Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad last week said that companies who are interested in receiving Lynas have been promised to re-mine pre-mine radioactive polls t This was sent to his country.
Wesfarmers said today that he viewed Lynas's statements as a progressive step towards satisfactory licensing confirmation.
“Wesfarmers expect that detailed licensing rules will be in time with the Malaysian government. This will allow a detailed assessment of the costs and timescale to deal with the license terms, ”he said.