Halal Industry Development Corp (HDC) VP (industry development) Hanisofian Alias said the export of halal products this year is expected to grow beyond the traditional 5% growth target set every year.
Increasing demand and new markets should drive exports of Malaysia’s halal products to reach RM 45 billion by 2019, from the RM 40 billion registered last year.
During the soft launch of World Halal Conference 2019, he announced that the country’s total halal export value in 2018 amounted to RM40.0 billion, a decrease of RM3.3 billion (7.6%) from the previous year. The halal sectors saw a setback in exports in
Fostering a Robust Halal Economy: Global Integration and Ethical Practice
The 11th World Halal Conference 2019 (WHC 2019) is one of the Government’s concerted efforts to propel the international growth of the halal industry and to make Malaysia a thought leader in the development of Halal industry.
Organised by the Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) and hosted by Ministry of Economic Affairs, Malaysia, WHC 2019 converges more than one thousand Government representatives, business leaders, halal industry players, entrepreneurs, scholars and stakeholders from all over the world to explore the potential and deliberate on challenges relating to the development of the halal economy.
This year’s conference saw
Themed “Fostering a Robust Halal Economy: Global Integration and Ethical Practice”, the 11th edition of the World Halal Conference will be held on April 3-4, 2019, at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
For more information, you can go to World Halal Conference 2019 official website here.