Families in Bangladesh sold farms and borrowed money to raise RM20K workers fee


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  • Saturday, 23 Jun 2018

New arrivals: The Bangladeshi workers at klia2 are hopeful and ready to work.

SEPANG: Bangladeshi workers who arrived here recently said their families made great sacrifices to raise the RM20,000 each to find jobs in Malaysia.

The workers told The Star that their families sold cattle and farmland, and even borrowed money at high interest rates to secure employment here.

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