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This chapter outlines the various ways in which the Malaysian state has dealt with irregular migrant flows since the 1970s. It then explains the domestic and external interests that have influenced the states’ approach to different migrant groups. This chapter puts forward the argument that understanding Malaysian state behaviour towards irregular migrants is related to a complex range of intersecting factors. These include religious affinity, ethnicity, labour market needs, federal-state relations, bilateral relations with its neighbours and neo-liberal economic globalisation.
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