Indonesia yet to adequately develop halal industry 

Dhaka,  Wed,  26 July 2017
Published : 15 Jun 2017, 10:52:10 | Updated : 15 Jun 2017, 12:01:43
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Indonesia yet to adequately develop halal industry 

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Despite being the world’s most populous Muslim country, Indonesia has yet to developed its halal industry optimally.

A researcher of the Center of Reform on Economics (CORE) Indonesia has made the observation. He also mentioned that the country needs to think of a roadmap to develop a halal industry in consistence with the current National Industry Development Masterplan (RIPIN).

The researcher also called on the government to formulate detailed regulations on halal certification, according to a news report of Jakarta Post.

According to the Global Islamic Economy Indicators (GIEI) 2015, released by Thomson Reuters, Indonesia ranks tenth out of 73 countries evaluated in the study, with the score of 36. 

Malaysia leads the list with the score of 121, while the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain rank second and third respectively. 

 
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