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Cuepacs has joined the chorus of protest against the anti-dumping duties on imported newsprints imposed by the Government from Sept 26.
Magazine publishers are the latest to come out to criticise the decision to impose the anti-dumping duties on imported newsprint which they say was not well thought out and an unfair move.
Thousands of foreign maids could be eligible for permanent residency in Hong Kong if a landmark legal challenge succeeds, a human rights group said Saturday.
Malaysian ceramic and furniture companies will be allowed to hire skilled and semi-skilled artisans from China under a labour recruitment agreement signed by the two governments in Beijing Monday.
Malaysians can expect Budget 2004 to build on the success of Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir#8217;s impressive 22 years of economic track record while providing a bag of goodies for the I>rakyat/Ias the Prime Minister#8217;s farewell gift.
Thirty-eight Indian nationals, who came here to work in February, have accused their employer of underpaying and not rewarding them for overtime work.
AN ACTIVIST group wants to change the law to make it compulsory for employers to give their maids weekly rest days.
A High Court judge directed a counsel representing 52 Indian workers suing their employer for breach of contract to send the statement of a witness to the Indian government.
Employers who fail to pay their backdated Human Resources Development levy by November will be imposed a 10% annual interest on the arrears.
Hotel owners want lower water and electricity tariffs as well as a reduction in the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) retraining levy to help tide them over the current bad times.
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