Presentations on Halal market planned in Pakistan

| 24/10/2009 | Reply

KARACHI: Halal Development Project Pakistan (HDP) has arranged a series
of presentations on the trillion-dollar halal market in a bid to create
awareness among the business community, especially the export-oriented
industry.

In this regard, the HDP has scheduled various
presentations in collaboration with all the top chambers of commerce
and industry and the relevant industrial and trade associations.

The
first presentation would be given by HDP CEO Asad Sajjad at the
Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) on October 27, while
the next presentation would be held on the same day at the Rawalpindi
Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI).

Business people will be
briefed about the potential in the global halal market and the
opportunities available for Pakistani companies to boost their exports
by using the ?Halal? label on their products.

The Lahore Chamber
of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has arranged a presentation, the third
of the series, at its premises on October 28. The presentation to the
stakeholders in Multan, Faisalabad, Gujranwala and Dera Ghazi Khan
would be scheduled later on, said an HDP spokesperson.

Halal is a trillion-dollar industry and a readymade market with demand from over 1.9 billion Muslim customers across the world.

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