Bangladesh announces MoU to supply Malaysia with 1.5 millon workers


The Bangladesh government hopes to sending 1.5 million lworkers to Malaysia. - The Daily Star/Asia News Network

DHAKA: The Bangladesh cabinet approved a draft deal for ‘G2G (Government-to-Government) Plus’ that will allow private firms to send workers to Malaysia through government arrangement.

The Bangladesh government hopes to send 1.5million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia under this deal over the next three years, Cabinet Secretary Md Shafiul Alam briefed reporters on Monday.

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