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USA: Corporate Leaders & Entrepreneurs to Meet This Month for Third Annual American Muslim Consumer Conference

| 08/10/2011 | Reply
USA: Corporate Leaders & Entrepreneurs to Meet This Month for Third Annual American Muslim Consumer Conference

From developing Halal loans to better representing Muslims in the media, mainstream and niche companies are very interested in learning more about the American Muslim market and will converge together this year around the topic, “Multiculturalism and the American Muslim Consumer Market.”

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USA: New Muslim Market Study to be released at AMCC

| 06/10/2011 | Reply
USA: New Muslim Market Study to be released at AMCC

Attendees at this year’s American Muslim Consumer Conference (AMCC), which will be held on October 29th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick, NJ, will get an exclusive offer for DinarStandard’s in depth study titled, “American Muslim Market: Business Landscape & Consumer Needs”. DinarStandard is a prominent global Muslim market research and advisory firm specializing in the emerging Muslim markets.

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Pakistan: International Halal Conference & Expo

| 06/10/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: International Halal Conference & Expo

For the promotion of Halal Industry all over the world an International Conference is being organized on 14- 15 December, 2011 in Lahore. The delegated from 16 countries are participating in the conference with the object to introduce Pakistani halal products to the rest of the world, thereby boosting the exports of Pakistan.

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USA: From Wall St. to K Street: Protests Kick Off In Washington DC October 6

| 05/10/2011 | Reply
USA: From Wall St. to K Street: Protests Kick Off In Washington DC October 6

In cities like San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Memphis, Baltimore and beyond, people are joining forces in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street to demand an end to corporate dominance of America’s economic and political system that has left the poor and working class suffering under the weight of massive debt, joblessness, foreclosure and an uncertain future.

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Return of the Editor: Why Human Filters are the Future of the Web

| 05/10/2011 | Reply
Return of the Editor: Why Human Filters are the Future of the Web

Before news aggregators, content curators, and Google’s omnipotent algorithm, the world’s information was sorted by real human beings. In the web’s next phase, argues The IdeaLists’ Karyn Campbell, the old-fashioned editor is poised for a comeback.

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Branding Halal – The Rise of the young Muslim consumer

| 05/10/2011 | Reply
Branding Halal – The Rise of the young Muslim consumer

The Arab Spring is turning the Muslim world upside down, opening a whole new frontier for brands and marketers. The emerging Muslim consumer is young, tech-savvy and ready to engage, reports Ogilvy Noor’s Shelina Janmohamed and Nazia Du Bois.

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Malaysian company wants to expand Halal food services to Russia

| 03/10/2011 | Reply
Malaysian company wants to expand Halal food services to Russia

LSG Skychef-Brahim’s Sdn Bhd, the world’s biggest Halal flight kitchen caterer, is embarking on expanding its services to new markets such as China, Eastern Europe as well as scouting for opportunities in the former Soviet states and the Middle East.

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Muslim Pro Has 850,000 Downloads

| 02/10/2011 | Reply
Muslim Pro Has 850,000 Downloads

If you’re a Muslim who owns an iOS or/and Android-powered phone, you might consider installing the Muslim Pro app on your smartphone. It provides useful information for Muslims, including prayer times, an azan clock, the Quran, Halal restaurants, mosques, and the Qibla locator. And it is free!

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USA: How Starbucks Transformed Coffee From A Commodity Into A $4 Splurge

| 30/09/2011 | Reply
USA: How Starbucks Transformed Coffee From A Commodity Into A $4 Splurge

In this interview, Stanley Hainsworth reveals his secrets about the magic that helped to create a brand that conquered the world. The sensation that is Starbucks required elements of wisdom, integrity, showmanship, and intelligence.

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The Growth Potential for Halal cosmetics

| 30/09/2011 | Reply
The Growth Potential for Halal cosmetics

The latest in green cosmetics comes from the ancient Islamic tradition of halal. Although halal products have been around for a few years, a recent report has shown that the market is set to grow.

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Vietnamese businesses look to export Halal products

| 29/09/2011 | Reply
Vietnamese businesses look to export Halal products

A seminar to boost trade in Halal products was held in Kuala Lumpur on the 27 September. The event was jointly organised by the Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia, and the Chinese Chambers of Industry and Commerce of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.

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Indonesia: Halal Certification by MUI Gaining Increasing Appreciation Worldwide

| 29/09/2011 | Reply
Indonesia: Halal Certification by MUI Gaining Increasing Appreciation Worldwide

At least 22 countries with 48 Islamic institutions and international Islamic fatwa bodies all over the world have recognized and received the fatwa issued by MUI.

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Pakistan: PBIT, Thai Embassy hold Halal Food conference

| 29/09/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: PBIT, Thai Embassy hold Halal Food conference

Punjab has the world’s fourth largest population of livestock with over 43 livestock breeds. Therefore given the importance of potential in Punjab for becoming the Halal food hub for the world, Thai organisations were invited for an exchange of information on the Halal Foods Business and to discuss cooperation between Punjab and Thailand in the Halal Food Business.

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UK: Meeting Needs, Setting Precedents-Islamic Services in Britain

| 28/09/2011 | Reply
UK: Meeting Needs, Setting Precedents-Islamic Services in Britain

It has been widely recognized by mainstream private companies in Britain that the needs of the Muslim community need to be addressed and accommodated in order for businesses not to lose out on the ‘green pound.’ This article examines the different strands of practical services that have recently developed in response to Muslims’ needs across the UK.

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Malaysia: Halfest aims for RM28 million in sales

| 27/09/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Halfest aims for RM28 million in sales

650 companies are expected to be involved in the expo, with 90 per cent of the 727 exhibition slots already sold. The expo will focus more on the participation of entrepreneurs from the SME industry, with 75 per cent of the overall space having been allocated for this group.

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Turkey: D8 members to discuss joint projects

| 26/09/2011 | Reply
Turkey: D8 members to discuss joint projects

Participants will discuss jointly manufacturing a car, adopting policies on energy and environmental issues, observing food standard — halal food in particular — and joint petrochemical plans. Iran, Turkey, Malaysia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Egypt, Bangladesh and Indonesia are D8 members.

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UAE-China: A complementary relationship

| 25/09/2011 | Reply
UAE-China: A complementary relationship

Exhibitors and government representatives at the five-day China-Arab Trade Forum were keen to offer a range of solutions for Arab governments and businesses sitting on heavy cash chests — not least the opportunity to invest in Ningxia, the western province with a 36 per cent Muslim population, as well as joint trade proposals in areas like halal food and development.

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China turns to its Muslims in Arab trade push

| 24/09/2011 | Reply
China turns to its Muslims in Arab trade push

A Halal food company formed 12 years ago in Beijing to cater to the dining requirements of the city’s Muslim community is now Xiangjuzhai Foods Group, and is one of Beijing’s biggest Halal food suppliers. It has been approached by the Chinese government to play a role in its ambitious plans to build a dominant Halal foods export industry to cater to West Asian markets.

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Let Them Eat Ethanol and Cash

| 23/09/2011 | Reply
Let Them Eat Ethanol and Cash

By Greg Lindsay Why have global food prices spiked not once, but twice in the last three years, raising the specter of famine and triggering worldwide food riots–including the Arab Spring? [1] Many explanations have been floated, including climate change-related droughts in Australia, volatile oil prices, “food security” export restrictions, and last but not least, […]

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Malaysia: USM Receives R&D Sponsorship From Australian Company

| 23/09/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: USM Receives R&D Sponsorship From Australian Company

Holista Colltech, an Australian Stock Exchange listed company, extended the sponsorship to USM to produce the world’s first halal enzyme production process. The research is for an innovative process to enable plant-based enzymes to produce collagen and halal gelatine.

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