Recruiters oppose monopoly in hiring Bangladeshis to Malaysia


Bangladeshi workers taking a stroll in Kuala Lumpur. - Filepic

DHAKA: Private recruiting agencies in Bangladesh Tuesday wrote to their prime minister seeking her intervention in halting possible monopoly by a “syndicate led by a Malaysian company” in hiring Bangladeshi workers there.

They made the plea as Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur is set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Dhaka on Feb 18 over recruiting 1.5 million workers - both male and female - in the next three years.

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