News Desk: There is scope for Malaysia-Bangladesh trade expansion and increase in remittances. In this case, it is important to make the services available to expatriates easier. In this regard, the high commission should show a cooperative attitude towards the expatriates in the fast service, passport delivery and other works.
On Sunday (December 4) in the capital Kuala Lumpur, the speakers said these things at the expatriate conference in Malaysia organized by the Center for NRB.
Chairperson of Center for NRB MS Sekil Chowdhury spoke among others Bangladeshi businessman Rashed Badal of Malaysia, expatriate journalist Ahmadul Kabir, board member of NRB Center ABM Mostak Hossain, expatriates Parul Hossain, Zainal Chowdhury, Amir Hossain, Farzana Akhtar, Atiqur Rahman, Shahadat Khan. Russell, Md.Riyadh, Md Zakaria, Journalist Bappi Kumar Das, Md. Al Amin, Amjad Hossain and Malaysian diaspora leaders of various professions.
Expatriate speakers said that in order to increase expatriate income, government services must be implemented, seminars must be held among expatriates on the benefits of sending remittances through legal channels, remittance services in rural areas of Malaysia and service standards of embassies must be increased. The number of remittance centers should be increased and their manpower should be increased, online remittance system should be launched to bring in the remittance flow of the expatriates who are in different rural areas.
Not only the government but everyone should be inspired by the love of the country and discourage the hundi business. Expatriates expressed hope that expatriate income would increase day by day if expatriates were honored to strengthen the country’s economy by launching various projects with the benefits of expatriate income or sending remittances.