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National Council of Unions of the Industrial and Lower Income Group of Government Workers

MKTR
Full name National Council of Unions of the Industrial and Lower Income Group of Government Workers
Native name Majlis Kebangsaan Kesatuan Pekerja-Pekerja Kakitangan Rendah, Kerajaan Malaysia
Founded 17 May 1956
Members 200,000 (45,000 dues paying)
Affiliation ITUC
Key people Asran Bin Mamat, president
Shah Bin Mohd Zin, secretary general
Office location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Country Malaysia
Website .org.mktrwww

The National Council of Unions of the Industrial and Lower Income Group of Government Workers (MKTR) is a national trade union centre in Malaysia.

The MKTR is a National Labour Centre consisting of twenty-two (22) affiliated national and state unions representing over 200,000 workers in the Lower-income Group, commonly known as category ``C and ``D or Sub-ordinate (Supportive) Groups from the Public Sector. The MKTR has 45,000 dues paying members.[2]

The MKTR is affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation.

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