It's high time for high quality and good paying jobs


KUALA LUMPUR: The domestic economy and the income levels of Malaysians are being weighed down by the high numbers of low-wage foreign workers, according to Bank Negara.

Governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim said the country should cut back on its foreign worker dependency to drive higher wages for Malaysians across-the-board.

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