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Foreign Workers: Nepal slams the door, unhappy with company monopoly


In demand: Nepalese security guards patrolling an office building in Petaling Jaya. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

In demand: Nepalese security guards patrolling an office building in Petaling Jaya. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The government of Nepal has barred its workers from coming to Malaysia with immediate effect.

The move comes as the Nepalese government expressed its unhappiness with “restrictive” immigration requirements its workers faced before they can be gainfully employed in this country. This includes having to go through a private company for security and medical check-ups as part of the visa requirement.

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