Industry players voice concerns over new MM2H rules

PETALING JAYA: Concerns have been raised over the new policy changes and requirements for the reactivated Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme.

While welcoming the reopening of the programme, industry players believe that the new requirements are too stringent and may be out of reach for many applicants.

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