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PETALING JAYA: The move by the government to lower the extension levy fees for foreign workers has been lauded as a “win-win” situation for the nation’s economy although there are still some concerns among industry players.
PETALING JAYA: The government should standardise the levy fees for the extension of foreign workers who have worked in the country for more than a decade at RM2,000 for all sectors, says MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
PETALING JAYA: The government will lower the extension levy fees for foreign workers who have worked in the country for more than 10 years starting in March.
GEORGE TOWN: It will be easier for nasi kandar restaurant chains to preserve their flavours and special recipes with the easing of the extension levy for foreign workers who have been working in Malaysia for over 10 years.
MELAKA: The proposed Melaka Competency, Accountability and Transparency (Melcat) committee would have the power to summon the Chief Minister for questioning by the independent panel.
MELAKA: A senior government official and a businessman are under a graft probe for allegedly attempting to solicit kickbacks from a mega developer in the state.
MELAKA: Kerk Chee Yee, the assemblyman for Ayer Keroh, is set to be the youngest state exco in the country.
MELAKA: Road workers unearthed a mortar shell suspected to be from World War II in Kampung Belimbing Dalam in Alor Gajah on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: Three more senior Melaka police officers, including two police district chiefs, are set to be remanded for suspected graft.
MALACCA: Police have confiscated 14 packets of drugs believed to be heroin worth RM150,000 during raids at two separate locations.