Plantations Ministry trying to bring in 20,000 migrant workers
Khairuddin says approval given for oil palm sector, still negotiating for timber sector.
Copy URLPlantation Industries and Commodities Minister Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali says the government has tried to offer incentives to local labour to fill the shortfall in the industry but it is still dependent on migrant workers. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, May 6, 2021.
THE Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities is working to obtain a government exemption from the foreign labour hiring freeze in order to secure 20,000 migrant workers.Minister Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali said this was important in view of the plantation and commodity sector in view of its dependence on foreign labour.Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »
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Another batch of 'Banglasia' in the making. Expect foreign workers to coalesce with local workforce and getting more intractable issues that will lead to debacle on your part eventually in which you will have to extricate contritely. There I said it. Another batch of 'Banglasia' in the making. Expect foreign workers to coalesce with local workforce and getting more intractable issues that will lead to debacle on your part eventually in which you will have to extricate contritely. There I said it.
Awesome. With Covid hopefully. manelaaa peginye anak2 Felda.... semua dh migrates ke... atau tidak diberi peluang.... sayang jika tiada peluang diberikan.... Lebai plagiarism, trick kerajaan dlu Mahal wei Pekerja tempatan takda ke? Offer la tawaran dgn gaji yg kompetitif. Dulu menteri dari PAS juga yg perjuangkan pekerja tempatan. Apa sudah jadi?
Mcm zman BN blik dh ni.. Borders closed, hello. Covid-19. Is he blur? Masyukkkk 😷 UstDrTakiri We need better plans to attract local workers and also to make use of technologies. Migrant workers is not yr only solution. MuhyiddinYassin We need competent leaders. Agriculture has a bright future, we need competent ppl to lead this.
Plantation Industries Ministry mulls setting up timber industry hub in Penang | Malay MailBUTTERWORTH, May 7 — The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry (KPPK) plans to set up a timber industry hub in Penang to help resolve the issue of factory management costs faced by industry players. Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali said based on the feedback received from...
Sejak PAS jadi Menteri pekerja asing dah halal Not enough covid is it? Eh, ada rupanya Plantation Minister.. ingatkan mana hilang Dumbass statement by a minister... u should be more diligent in implementing the industry in stead of bringing the migrant workers amid the pandemic... don’t promulgated any unsatisfactory among the citizens by doing this thing...
Suruh orang Malaysia kerja tak nak. Indon rilek je kerja macam ni mu tak ingat ke, dulu kata tak nak pekerja asing.. hidup melayu kerja di ladang sawit.. kah kah kah kesian si penunggang What is going onnnn ya? Bring in migrant workers in this critical pandemic covid19 time with a lot of positive numbers around the world ? 😠😠😠 Grown up minister!!!
Ok tu kalau tidak macam mana palm oil nak produces Bodoh punya minister👎👎👎
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Hmmm bodoh sungguh Dah lama tokey bangla UMNo tak dapat job 🤲🏻🤲🏻 Menambah jangkitan saja. Blind vision hala tuju majukan sektor pertanian 20,000 migrants worker X RM? komisen = kaya raya negara tergadai. Whatever happened to his billions of investments from overseas? Election soon and add to the positive Covid numbers?
Bagi dia kerja kat hospital sg buloh sebulan dulu la..tengok camna gaji ciput tu rakyat MY ada yg jadi plantation migrant kat negara lain, AUS etc. 😐🙄
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