Muhammad Faliq Abd RazakUniversiti Kebangsaan Malaysia | ukm · Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS)
Muhammad Faliq Abd Razak
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Citations since 2017
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This report presents gaps in knowledge, awareness and practices on decent work, as well as business risks and challenges facing oil palm growers in the implementation of decent work in Sabah's palm oil sector. It also presents practical recommendations for specific policy responses and business actions to promote and implement decent work in Sabah’...
Migration and cross-border mobility of workers are expected to further intensify in the coming years as the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) works towards a full regional integration. Malaysia is one of the countries that receive migrant workers supplied by sending countries in ASEAN. The initial finding shows that migrant workers in...
The cartel is regarded as a disease that inflicts on the open market economy. Whilst its presence is detrimental to the public, the most serious issue is its secrecy, which has posed a major problem to competition authorities all over the world. To address this, many countries including Malaysia have introduced a leniency programme for the detectio...
Foreign Investment and Investment Arbitration in Asia - edited by Esplugues Carlos January 2019
Malaysia is an important destination for foreign direct investment and has signed more than 70 investment guarantee agreements. Most allow investor-state dispute settlement ( ISDS ) and Malaysia has been subject to three claims, including two fully argued cases: Philippe Gruslin and Malaysian Historical Salvor . Yet Malaysian companies have also ut...