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KUALA LUMPUR: MY EG Services' results for the nine months ended Sept 30 beat CGS-CIMB Equities Research's expectation due to stronger 3Q20 earnings per share (EPS) delivery and made up 77% of its full-year forecast, albeit broadly in line with consensus.
PETALING JAYA: Employers have no issues with obeying the mandatory ruling for all foreign workers to get tested for Covid-19 from tomorrow but want the government to clarify how often workers should be tested.
Hamzah: Firms can hire foreign workers if they finance deportation of those held at immigration depots
PUTRAJAYA: Big corporations will be allowed to bring in foreign workers, but in return, they are required to finance the repatriation of foreigners held at immigration depots.
PUTRAJAYA: It has been proposed that big corporations be allowed to bring in foreign workers on condition that they finance the repatriation of illegal immigrants detained at immigration depots.
PUTRAJAYA: Manual stamping of passports will be replaced with digital printing once a new integrated system kicks off in 2023.
Technology vs corruption: The Immigration Department’s director-general shares with Sunday Star how illegal activities were uncovered in his department and how new systems will help reduce situations where power could be abused.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) expects the current high prices of crude palm oil (CPO) trading above RM3,000 per tonne mark will continue until the first quarter of 2021, given the tight supply situation.
PETALING JAYA: No agents have been appointed by the Immigration Department to manage the labour and repatriation recalibration programme, says Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.