Rabu, 10 Februari 2016

Bangladesh Lulus Mou Setuju Hantar 1.5 Juta Pekerja Ke Malaysia - Bakal Bekerja Dalam Pelbagai Sektor, Tidak Terhad KPD Perladangan..

 
Syabas kerajaan Barisan Nasional. Moga-moga mereka akan memberikan kamu undi yang banyak-banyak ye nanti.
 
Point penting ;
 
1. Kerajaan Bangladesh dah bersetuju untuk menghantar sebanyak 1.5 juta pekerja ke Malaysia.
 
2. Usul untuk menandatangani perjanjian persefahaman dengan Malaysia (MoU) telah dipersetujui dan akan dimeterai pada bulan hadapan. 

3. 1.5juta pekerja Bangladesh akan dihantar melalui program G2G plus.

4. Dan pekerja dari Bangladesh juga tidak terhad di dalam sektor perladangan semata-mata.

5. Mereka akan dibenarkan untuk terlibat dalam sektor pembuatan, perkilangan, perkhidmatan, pembinaan berbanding sebelum ini hanya terhad dalam sektor perladangan semata-mata.
 
Bagus-bagus.
 
Versi English via NST ;
 
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given the nod to send 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. Bangladeshi cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said its prime minister had approved the memorandum of understanding (Mou), expected to be signed with Malaysia within a month, as reported by bdnews24.com.

He said the Bangladeshi workers will be sent under a 'G2G Plus' system after the 'Business to Business' (B2B) and 'Government to Government' (G2G) methods did not yield expected results. “It is a major achievement of Bangladesh that Malaysia has listed us as a source country [from which to recruit manpower].

"Now workers can be sent for the service, manufacture and construction sectors. Earlier it was limited to plantation only,” he was quoted as saying.

Shafiul said once the Mou is signed, the expenditure to send a worker is between Tk34,000 and 37,000 with employers to bear the cost. Malaysia is the one of the biggest manpower markets for Bangladesh as around 600,000 Bangladeshis are currently working in the country.

Sumber.
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given the nod to send 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. Bangladeshi cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said its prime minister had approved the memorandum of understanding (Mou), expected to be signed with Malaysia within a month, as reported by bdnews24.com. He said the Bangladeshi workers will be sent under a 'G2G Plus' system after the 'Business to Business' (B2B) and 'Government to Government' (G2G) methods did not yield expected results. “It is a major achievement of Bangladesh that Malaysia has listed us as a source country [from which to recruit manpower]. "Now workers can be sent for the service, manufacture and construction sectors. Earlier it was limited to plantation only,” he was quoted as saying. Shafiul said once the Mou is signed, the expenditure to send a worker is between Tk34,000 and 37,000 with employers to bear the cost. Malaysia is the one of the biggest manpower markets for Bangladesh as around 600,000 Bangladeshis are currently working in the country.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/02/126509/bangladesh-agrees-send-15m-workers-msia
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given the nod to send 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. Bangladeshi cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said its prime minister had approved the memorandum of understanding (Mou), expected to be signed with Malaysia within a month, as reported by bdnews24.com. He said the Bangladeshi workers will be sent under a 'G2G Plus' system after the 'Business to Business' (B2B) and 'Government to Government' (G2G) methods did not yield expected results. “It is a major achievement of Bangladesh that Malaysia has listed us as a source country [from which to recruit manpower]. "Now workers can be sent for the service, manufacture and construction sectors. Earlier it was limited to plantation only,” he was quoted as saying. Shafiul said once the Mou is signed, the expenditure to send a worker is between Tk34,000 and 37,000 with employers to bear the cost. Malaysia is the one of the biggest manpower markets for Bangladesh as around 600,000 Bangladeshis are currently working in the country.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/02/126509/bangladesh-agrees-send-15m-workers-msia
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given the nod to send 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. Bangladeshi cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said its prime minister had approved the memorandum of understanding (Mou), expected to be signed with Malaysia within a month, as reported by bdnews24.com. He said the Bangladeshi workers will be sent under a 'G2G Plus' system after the 'Business to Business' (B2B) and 'Government to Government' (G2G) methods did not yield expected results. “It is a major achievement of Bangladesh that Malaysia has listed us as a source country [from which to recruit manpower]. "Now workers can be sent for the service, manufacture and construction sectors. Earlier it was limited to plantation only,” he was quoted as saying. Shafiul said once the Mou is signed, the expenditure to send a worker is between Tk34,000 and 37,000 with employers to bear the cost. Malaysia is the one of the biggest manpower markets for Bangladesh as around 600,000 Bangladeshis are currently working in the country.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/02/126509/bangladesh-agrees-send-15m-workers-msia
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given the nod to send 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. Bangladeshi cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said its prime minister had approved the memorandum of understanding (Mou), expected to be signed with Malaysia within a month, as reported by bdnews24.com. He said the Bangladeshi workers will be sent under a 'G2G Plus' system after the 'Business to Business' (B2B) and 'Government to Government' (G2G) methods did not yield expected results. “It is a major achievement of Bangladesh that Malaysia has listed us as a source country [from which to recruit manpower]. "Now workers can be sent for the service, manufacture and construction sectors. Earlier it was limited to plantation only,” he was quoted as saying. Shafiul said once the Mou is signed, the expenditure to send a worker is between Tk34,000 and 37,000 with employers to bear the cost. Malaysia is the one of the biggest manpower markets for Bangladesh as around 600,000 Bangladeshis are currently working in the country.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/02/126509/bangladesh-agrees-send-15m-workers-msia

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