The Himalayan Times | 8 January 2019

According to Malaysian Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Mahfuz Omar, they are waiting for the final report of the Independent Foreign Workers Committee, which was formed to suggest the government the method that needs to be adopted to bring foreign workers.

On October 29 last year, Nepal and Malaysia had signed a bilateral labour pact. The memorandum of understanding states that the employer firms in Malaysia will have to bear recruitment service charges, two-way airfare, visa fee, health check-up fee, security screening and levy charges, among others. Nepal-Malaysia technical committee is expected to clear groundwork, including other legal documents on these provisions soon.



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