3. Indonesia’s Halal Industry Needs a Push
Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, Rosan P Roeslani, underlined the necessity for Indonesia’s Halal standards to be better standardized to receive international recognition.
With the country aspiring to achieve its mission to become a global manufacturer of Halal products, Rosan suggested the importance of assessing how Indonesia’s Halal standards can be better accepted internationally.
Should more countries accept Indonesia’s Halal standards, the country benefits by having the ability to produce value-added Halal goods.
On Saturday, Indonesian Vice-President Ma’ruf Amin criticized Indonesia for not being a global leader in Halal goods production despite having one of the world’s biggest Muslim population.
In his critique, Ma’ruf explained that Indonesia is a consumer market of Halal products as well as a stamping machine for imported Halal goods.https://t.me/kompascomupdate, kemudian join. Anda harus install aplikasi Telegram terlebih dulu di ponsel.