[ap-intact] INFO: Malaysia Immigration Dept introduces new system to cut corruption

Malaysia's Immigration Department is putting an end to cash transactions at its counters by the end of the year. The move is among its measures to be more client-friendly, to eradicate corruption and strengthen the integrity of the department. Immigration director-general Datuk Mustafa Ibrahim (pic) said all cash payments would be replaced with online payments.

Read the story by Iwan Shu-aswad Shuaib, in The Star Online. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/02/28/No-more-cash-transactions-Immigration-Dept-introduces-new-system-to-cut-corruption/

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