Bestinet fails to reverse Nepal’s worker ban


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  • Wednesday, 01 Aug 2018

Finding a solution: Kulasegaran arriving at Parliament. He said he would brief the Cabinet this Friday on the Nepal government’s decision.

PETALING JAYA: A meeting between Bestinet Sdn Bhd and Nepal government officials to reverse a decision to bar its workers from coming to Malaysia has failed to yield any result.

Bestinet chief executive officer Ismail Mohd Noor said the company attempted to resolve the matter with Nepalese Embassy officials yesterday.

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