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KUALA LUMPUR: Among the nations that have kick started the development of their halal industry, Malaysia is regarded as one of the leaders in the global halal marketplace.
THE Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) organised a seminar on export opportunities for Malaysian halal products and services to Japan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Taiwan intends to make Malaysia its testing ground for its halal products due to the high demand worldwide, said Jessie Tseng, director of Taiwan Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
KUALA LUMPUR: Taiwan intends to make Malaysia its testing ground for its halal products due to the high demand worldwide, said Director of Taiwan Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Jessie Tseng.
KUALA LUMPUR: A “uniform halal standard” is vital to cater to the increased number of market participants in the industry not only from Muslim countries but non-Muslim countries as well.
Malaysian companies looking to expand their businesses overseas are urged to participate in the Incoming Buying Mission (IBM) event to be held in conjunction with Malaysia International Halal Showcase (Mihas) 2015, says the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade).
THE International Trade and Industry Ministry will host a trade fair and six halal industry conferences under one roof this year, offering a well-integrated and largest-ever exposition to unite the global halal marketplace.
Strong demand for Malaysian food products in Japan has persuaded Matrade (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation) to continue participating in the Foodex trade fair in Chiba after more than 10 years of involvement.
KUCHING: Measures are being taken by the Agriculture Department to ensure agricultural produce in Sarawak remain competitive in the future.
KUALA LUMPUR: Participants of Malaysia External Trade Development Corp’s (Matrade) Bumiputera Exporters Development Programme (BEDP) and Women Exporters Development Programme (WEDP) have achieved export sales of RM40.53mil and RM38.25mil, respectively, in 2012.