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This is how BN suppresses local workers with foreign workers

The bosses always wanted cheap labor to maximize profits, not because of lacking local workers.

A middle income nation with USD 7000 GDP and 28 million population has imported 2 to 3 million foreign workers is a crazy policy only can happen in Bolehland.

Malaysia manufacturing, agriculture, fishery, and other sectors will forever stay at low tech and manual operations with unlimited supply of cheap foreign workers. The welfare and salary of local workers will be suppressed to third world standard.

I was told the earning power of blue color workers in the developed nations is on par with the white color office workers because of no foreign labor import policy in the developed nations.

Malaysia is truly boleh (is bodoh in real meaning), the country imports foreign labor and export high skilled workers at the same time.

This is a self-made middle income trap as I had written before.

Local workers must revolt and stand up against BN more foreign workers policy.

Local Manufacturers Welcome Malaysia-Bangladesh MoU, Says Mustapa

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 (Bernama) — Malaysia’s manufacturing sector has positively welcomed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bangladesh on the recruitment of their workers to the country.

Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the first batch of workers, who are expected to arrive in January or February 2013, will be engaged only in the plantation sector.

“The government will be doing the process in stages, so that we can immediately identify issues and rectify it as soon as it arises.

“As the first batch is only opened for the plantation sector, local manufacturers are hopeful that the Bangladeshi workers will be extended to the manufacturing segment as well,” he told reporters after attending the ministry’s networking session in conjunction with Deepavali here Tuesday.

The MoU, signed on Monday by Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam and Bangladeshi Minister for Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Khandker Mosharraf Hossain, marked the end of the ban on Bangladeshi workers, which was imposed in 2007.

— BERNAMA

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Hambali says:

Foreign workers should learn from the Chinese drivers in Singapore who performed strike for low pay?

kkk says:

Lynas employs/exploits most of them for they are cheap and not health conscious.

nkkhoo says:

I do not mind to join protest against Lynas for hiring foreign workers if you have evidence on this accusation.