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Chinese Buyers Top IBM Sales At MIHAS 2013

| 17/04/2013 | Reply
Chinese Buyers Top IBM Sales At MIHAS 2013

MIHAS 2013, themed ‘A Decade of Excellence’ attracted 353 buyers from 53 countries, with a total of 4,020 meetings organised between foreign buyers and 391 Malaysian companies.

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China: Brunei, China to explore Halal food industry ventures

| 06/04/2013 | Reply
China: Brunei, China to explore Halal food industry ventures

The leaders encouraged enterprises of both China and Brunei to cooperate in developing ventures in the Halal food industry and fisheries industry and the international market.

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Opinion: The great ideological struggle of the 21st Century

| 26/02/2013 | Reply
Opinion: The great ideological struggle of the 21st Century

An interview with Chandran Nair, author of Consumptionomics: Asia’s role in reshaping capitalism and saving the planet. In the interview, Chandran discusses why the battle of ideas in Asia will define our future.

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Malaysia’s Port Klang to become Southeast Asia’s largest transit hub for Islamic products

| 02/02/2013 | Reply
Malaysia’s Port Klang to become Southeast Asia’s largest transit hub for Islamic products

The 1,000-acre Port Klang Free Zone provides facilities for international procurement, green development and Islamic product manufacturing and distribution, targeting mainly Chinese and Southeast Asian investors.

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China: Foods Mislabeled as Halal Imports

| 19/01/2013 | Reply
China: Foods Mislabeled as Halal Imports

A number of companies in China are mislabeling domestically made food products as halal imports from Islamic nations in order to improve their market share in the Muslim-populated northwestern Xinjiang region, according to sources.

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Ningxia and Malaysia’s ECER reach deal to explore Halal investments

| 04/01/2013 | Reply
Ningxia and Malaysia’s ECER reach deal to explore Halal investments

China’s Ningxia Light and Textile Industrial Bureau sealed a collaborative agreement with Malaysia’s East Coast Economic Region to explore investment opportunities in the Halal industry.

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China looks to meat exports to boost ties to Arab world

| 27/12/2012 | Reply
China looks to meat exports to boost ties to Arab world

With U.S. and European markets still recovering, the Arab world is an increasingly enticing market for Chinese exports and a potential source of investors for Chinese projects. The short-term goal of increasing Halal meat going to Arab countries is to build up the local Ningxia economy.

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Muhyiddin urges investors to tap into China’s huge market via Malaysia’s Chinese diaspora

| 12/11/2012 | Reply
Muhyiddin urges investors to tap into China’s huge market via Malaysia’s Chinese diaspora

Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is calling for investors to take advantage of Malaysia’s Chinese diaspora and huge halal industry, at the 4th World Chinese Economic Forum in Melbourne, Australia.

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China: Disneyland gets an Islamic flavor

| 09/11/2012 | Reply
China: Disneyland gets an Islamic flavor

Hong Kong Disneyland has introduced halal food to woo Muslims as looming competition could draw away mainlanders to Shanghai.

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China: Legislature to urge Halal food regulations

| 26/10/2012 | Reply
China: Legislature to urge Halal food regulations

The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, will urge the State Council to enact regulations on halal food in a timely fashion, according to a report adopted on Friday.

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China: A unified Halal standard is the recipe for success

| 23/10/2012 | Reply
China: A unified Halal standard is the recipe for success

There are more than 23 million Muslims in China. More than 97 percent of China’s cities and counties have halal food manufacturers. Halal food producers must have their products certified by local ethnic affairs commissions.

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UAE-China trade grow fivefold over last 10 years, says MoFT

| 10/09/2012 | Reply
UAE-China trade grow fivefold over last 10 years, says MoFT

A study revealed that the Halal food industry and market in China should be explored further, revealing that the Halal food sector in China is witnessing an increase in demand considering the presence of millions of Chinese Muslims.

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China: Hong Kong Vies for Muslim Visitors

| 30/08/2012 | Reply
China: Hong Kong Vies for Muslim Visitors

Boosting itself as a beacon of entertainment and cheap shopping, Hong Kong is vying to take a share of growing Muslim visitors from the Middle East, despite lack of enough mosques and halal outlets.

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China: Work, Worship in Ramadan for Chinese Muslims

| 22/07/2012 | Reply
China: Work, Worship in Ramadan for Chinese Muslims

According to official data, China has 22 million Muslims, most of them are concentrated in Xinjiang, Ningxia, Gansu, and Qinghai regions and provinces. Unofficially, Muslim groups say the number is even higher, 65-100 million.

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Hong Kong: More Halal food offerings

| 05/07/2012 | Reply
Hong Kong: More Halal food offerings

MUSLIMS holidaying in Hong Kong can now erase any worries they have about getting halal food, Halal restaurants are available throughout the city. They will also find it easy to perform prayers as there are many mosques.

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China, Arab countries to hold third economic, trade forum

| 19/06/2012 | Reply
China, Arab countries to hold third economic, trade forum

The third China-Arab States Economic and Trade Forum will be held in Northwest China’s city of Yinchuan, capital of Ningxia Hui autonomous region, from September 13-17, with a trade fair for vendors to sell halal food, Muslim commodities and other products.

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China: Traditional Muslim weddings with a twist

| 11/04/2012 | Reply
China: Traditional Muslim weddings with a twist

Mixed marriages, usually involving a Muslim man and Han Chinese woman, are on the rise in Beijing. Urban Muslims now have different wedding choices, but not all of them adhere to Islam.

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Opinion: Can China Make Its Cuisine and Finance Friendly to Muslims?

| 04/04/2012 | Reply
Opinion: Can China Make Its Cuisine and Finance Friendly to Muslims?

The Hong Kong Tourism Board reports that in recent years, the number of Middle Eastern visitors to the region has grown by as much as 20% annually. How the Chinese have been able to adjust to these Muslim visitors can be seen in Hong Kong, where many of these business people go through.

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Opinion: Food, Not War, Is the Biggest Threat to World Security

| 30/03/2012 | 1 Reply
Opinion: Food, Not War, Is the Biggest Threat to World Security

Even as Iran’s nuclear program raises the likelihood of yet another conflict in the Middle East, the bigger threat is a potential food crisis in the making, says Lester Brown, founder of the Earth Policy Institute.

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China: China Ningxia Province Seeks Sister City In Indonesia

| 16/03/2012 | Reply
China: China Ningxia Province Seeks Sister City In Indonesia

“On behalf of Ningxia’s foreign affairs office, we express our desire to establish a sister city relationship with one of Indonesia’s cities,” Zhang Yexing, vice director general of Ningxia’s foreign affairs office, told journalists yesterday. Yexing said the Ningxia government is eager to establish cooperation in Halal food production with its sister city in Indonesia.

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