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Malaysia: Halal industry enters new phase with ‘grey areas’

| 16/12/2013 | Reply
Malaysia: Halal industry enters new phase with ‘grey areas’

Halal industry experts believe the use of alcohol derivatives and other additives in food and beverages has resulted in “grey areas”.

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Opinion: Islamic finance and Halal industry to do list 2014

| 15/12/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Islamic finance and Halal industry to do list 2014

As 2013 is drawing to close, there are 10 challenges in Islamic finance and the Halal industry that need to be raised and collectively addressed for 2014 and beyond.

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Opinion: Halal-Nomics

| 10/12/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Halal-Nomics

Nouriel Roubini talked about halal-nomics, including standardization and integration, and halal-lifestyle, and now Muslims must seize the moment by their purchasing power!

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Opinion: Islamic banks should be named ‘ethical banks’

| 10/12/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Islamic banks should be named ‘ethical banks’

Islamic Shariah-compliant banks should be named ethical banks because their present name has monopolizing implications and banks are just a small part of the overall Islamic economy.

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Global Islamic Economy Summit and World Expo 2020 boost Dubai’s Halal credentials

| 03/12/2013 | Reply
Global Islamic Economy Summit and World Expo 2020 boost Dubai’s Halal credentials

Where consumers in Muslim majority countries thought that Halal was a given, now more are seeking reassurance through an additional layer of certification and quality control.

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Global Islamic Economy Summit gives Islamic finance a needed face-lift

| 02/12/2013 | Reply
Global Islamic Economy Summit gives Islamic finance a needed face-lift

The Islamic economy is about ethical consumerism, and ethics are universal values.

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Opinion: Innovation is achieved by sharing our values

| 30/11/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Innovation is achieved by sharing our values

This week’s Global Islamic Economy Summit in Dubai was a breath of fresh air centering around talk of consumer values, of innovating for consumer needs and understanding who is the Muslim consumer.

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Opinion: Media’s influence growing with young Muslims

| 28/11/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Media’s influence growing with young Muslims

A new generation of media-savvy Muslims is making media a top-priority for governments, said experts yesterday at the Global Islamic Economy Summit.

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Expo 2020 triumph to boost Dubai’s global Islamic economy ambitions

| 28/11/2013 | Reply
Expo 2020 triumph to boost Dubai’s global Islamic economy ambitions

Dubai winning the right to stage the Expo 2020 exhibition will be a major boost for its ambition to be the hub of the global Islamic economy.

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UAE: Consumer comes first for would-be halal foods empire in Dubai

| 28/11/2013 | Reply
UAE: Consumer comes first for would-be halal foods empire in Dubai

Just as the emirate has set itself a three-year target to be the hub of the global Islamic economy, so Mr Lootah has set his sights high in the food industry.

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UAE: Halal Products Not Only For Muslims – Expert

| 26/11/2013 | Reply
UAE: Halal Products Not Only For Muslims – Expert

It is a mistake to market Halal products to Muslims only and more must be done to increase their marketability, one expert has said at the Global Islamic Economy Summit.

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UAE: Dubai eyes profit in setting Islamic standards

| 24/11/2013 | Reply
UAE: Dubai eyes profit in setting Islamic standards

From cosmetics to accommodation, travel to toothpaste, complying with religious principles is becoming big business in the Muslim world, and Dubai sees an opportunity.

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Opinion: So what is Islamic Marketing & what’s all the noise about?

| 22/11/2013 | Reply
Opinion: So what is Islamic Marketing & what’s all the noise about?

It’s about more than ‘meat and money’. More importantly, for Jonathan Wilson, it reflects a growing interest in ‘Brand Islam’; and recognition of Muslims as a significant segment, sector, and audience.

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Opinion: Questions over Halal industry approach

| 19/11/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Questions over Halal industry approach

The SAMI halal food index has about 95 companies from Malaysia, yet, Bursa Malaysia has not created a halal economic sector index.

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Halal: Food security and asset class

| 17/11/2013 | Reply
Halal: Food security and asset class

Agro-food is a consumer non-cyclical asset class that is more stable than the preferred real estate investing with boom/bust cycles.

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Opinion: Rebranding of Islamic Finance: Participation Finance

| 13/11/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Rebranding of Islamic Finance: Participation Finance

One of the most often heard statements at Islamic finance conferences, after standardization, has been, “Islamic finance is not just for Muslims, but for all of man-kind because of its ethical orientation”.

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London’s Mecca rich: the rise of the Muslim multi-millionaires

| 31/10/2013 | Reply
London’s Mecca rich: the rise of the Muslim multi-millionaires

As David Cameron declares the city open for Islamic business, Evening Standard’s Joshi Herrmann reports on the rise of the Muslim multi-millionaires splashing their cash around the capital

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Opinion: Malaysian leadership: SRI Sukuk and ESG index

| 29/10/2013 | Reply
Opinion: Malaysian leadership: SRI Sukuk and ESG index

The 2014 Budget was announced by the PM, and reference and allocation to Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Sukuk and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) index are indeed welcomed.

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Faith based needs of Halal conscious travellers

| 28/10/2013 | Reply
Faith based needs of Halal conscious travellers

Faith based values and needs are increasingly influential in the purchasing decisions of Muslim consumers. This is already reflected in the choices they make regarding food or conducting financial transactions.

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Islamic finance and food sector need convergence

| 27/10/2013 | Reply
Islamic finance and food sector need convergence

Islamic finance has excess liquidity and limited Sharia-compliant investment opportunities; the expanding Halal food sector is under-supplied and in need of capital. So what is stopping these two from working together for their mutual benefit?

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