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halal industry

Ban on halal products in Denmark expected to cause financial losses

Source : Al Arabiya / 24 Feb 2014

A recent decision by Denmark’s government to ban the ritual slaughtering of animals is expected to cost the multi-million dollar Danish trade and tourism markets from Gulf states.

Danish exports of halal (in accordance with Islamic law) beef and poultry products are imported in massive quantities by Gulf countries.

 

Malaysia tops ‘halal holiday’ destinations for Muslims

Source : AFP / 18 Feb 2014

Malaysia is the world's friendliest destination for Muslim travelers, according to a survey released Tuesday, but Japan has shown most improvement as it ramps up efforts to cash in on a growing market.

Malaysia was followed by the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia in this year's rankings for "halal" friendly holiday destinations released by Singapore-based Muslim travel specialist Crescentrating.

 

Malaysia moves to maintain Halal edge

Source : Eat-halal / 10 Feb 2014

The halal industry in Malaysia is fast becoming a magnet for international investment, as major players move to acquire a share of a growing global market. Malaysia is carving a niche as a key producer and exporter of halal products. However, with regional competition growing, its domestic players have been urged to seek out new opportunities beyond their borders, in line with a national drive to boost growth and transform the industry into a pillar of the local economy. 

 

Halal tourism more developed in non-Muslim countries

Source : Eat-halal.com / 3 Dec 2013

During the recent Global Islamic Economy Summit 2013, experts observed that the Halal travel and tourism industries in non-Muslim countries are doing much better than in Muslim countries and consequently asked the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to concentrate their focus on the potential of the industry.

 
 

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