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Halal

Describing anything that is permissible in sharia, or Islamic law. The word most often refers to moral decisions or food items. However, it may also refer to investments acceptable to Islamic finance.
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For the public sector, a whole-of-government approach with varied membership of government agencies in the Halal Export Board was established.
'There is a slowdown and this was due to the new policies of our markets abroad in terms of halal recognition and standards coming particularly from Gulf Cooperation Countries, like the United Arab Emirates [UAE] and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia [KSA], among others, but we expect these numbers to go back to its growth trend,' Lopez said.
However, some of the carbonated drinks consumed here have the halal certificate.
The Universal Islamic Center, which runs the annual event, is also the institutional partner of Davao City Halal Industry Development Council.
'There is a major consensus on this though it has yet to be formalised, which is to have Malaysia to lead Muslim countries for the unification so that we are borderless in terms of applying halal lifestyle,' he told a special interview in conjunction with Pakatan Harapan's (PH) first anniversary in power.
However, the halal market is non-exclusive to Muslims.
Halal logo has now become a symbol of quality and religious compliance and this makes it sound as the new green.
Around 27 Philippine exporters of food and non-food halal-certified products showcased their products in the world's largest expo for halal goods.
The volume of overall Halal products is estimated to have reached $3 trillion in the world.
Halal certified products are considered healthier because they have no alcohol content or pork or pork-derived ingredients.
The third part of Halal ecosystem consist of Halal infrastructure development in which different projects of development and ware-houses are included.
At present, the share of Pakistan in halal market in only one percent but promoting halal industry with incentives from the government, the country's exporters could compete well in this direction and clinch maximum share in the market.