CMDF president requests Australia to continue assist Cambodia in halal sector.
Commerce Ministry grants halal certifications to 47 local business since the label was created last year.
Turkey has agreed to help the Kingdom develop its nascent halal industry.
39 companies are awarded Halal certifications since the label was created last year.
Indonesia’s new halal certification law will be implemented by the end of 2019. What are the implications of the upcoming halal law on the country’s political economy and on Indonesia’s ambition to be a global halal hub?
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has granted halal certifications to nine businesses that implemented the halal standards based on Islamic laws, said a media release from the Cambodian Halal Secretariat yesterday.
The Indonesia Tourism Association of Halal Travel Agencies (TAHTA) on March 24 hosted a farewell dinner for delegations in a familiarisation trip to Lombok in Indonesia.
A Cambodian delegation, comprising tour and travel agents and media representatives, was invited to visit Lombok, an island east of Bali in Indonesia, on March 22.
A halal certification created by the Cambodian government is now available for companies.
Malaysia seeks to develop Cambodia’s potential in the manufacturing of halal food products.
Cambodia is seeking help from Malaysia for the halal food industry to diversify its exports and attract more tourists and investors.
Muslims will be able to eat at restaurants across the country when new regulations on halal food come into force by the end of the year.
Cambodia will cooperate with Thailand and Malaysia to establish halal standards to cater to the rising number of national and international tourists.