By Md. Saidun Nabi
Dhaka Tribune | 29 August 2018
Migration experts and stakeholders have said Bangladesh may temporarily suffer a fall in remittance inflows from Malaysia due to the latter’s decision to stop hiring Bangladeshi workers from September.
But an improved policy would likely improve the situation in the long run, they added.
They also call for Bangladeshi authorities to identify potential loopholes in the Government-to-Government (G2G) Plus recruitment system to help stop the syndicated monopoly which prompted Malaysia to come up with the move.