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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mustapa Mohamed
Malaysia said Friday the International Atomic Energy Agency has appointed a nine-member team to help the government probe whether a rare earth refinery being built by Australian miner Lynas Corp. carries any threat of radioactive contamination.
Trade Minister Mustapa Mohamed said the team, led by Finland's Tero Varjoranta, who is a director at the IAEA nuclear energy department, would visit Malaysia for six days from May 29 to assess the plant's compliance with international safety standards.