Indonesia opens programme to improve market penetration of halal products


JAKARTA, Oct 23 (Bernama): Indonesia’s State-Owned Enterprises Minister Erick Thohir has launched a programme to improve Indonesian halal products' market penetration through the Islamic Economic Society (MES) in such countries as Russia, Morocco, Sudan, Singapore, South Korea, China and Saudi Arabia.

"To support product development internationally, the MES has ventured to open networks in several regions abroad," ANTARA news agency quoted Thohir as saying during the launch of the new logo of the Islamic Economic Society and the commemoration of the 2021 National Santri Day in Jakarta, on Friday.

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