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Brunei: Halal industry to benefit from new R&D facility

| 27/10/2015 | Reply
Brunei: Halal industry to benefit from new R&D facility

Sengenics yesterday officially opened its DNA sequencing and microarray facility at Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD).

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Malaysia: HDC urges Halal producers to use Global Halal Support Centre

| 15/03/2015 | Reply
Malaysia: HDC urges Halal producers to use Global Halal Support Centre

Halal Industry Development Corp (HDC) has called on producers of halal products to use its expertise via Global Halal Support Centre, which is free.

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Brunei: Halal Science Centre in offing

| 09/01/2013 | Reply
Brunei: Halal Science Centre in offing

To firm up decisions on Halal matters, the minister said that the government will set up a Halal Product Academy which consists of syariah scholars, halal scientists and halal industry experts. Brunei is currently streamlining its capabilities in the field of analytical services.

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Malaysia: HDC’s first-of-its-kind Global Halal Support Centre (GHSC)

| 12/06/2012 | Reply
Malaysia: HDC’s first-of-its-kind Global Halal Support Centre (GHSC)

The Malaysian GHSC, costing RM2 million to build and develop, is a one-stop centre for functional services in support of the halal industry in line with the country’s aspiration to become the global halal hub. HDC is considering setting up similar centres abroad.

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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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Productivity in Ramadan 2011 Survey Results Provide Concrete Recommendations for Employers & Governments

| 25/08/2011 | Reply
Productivity in Ramadan 2011 Survey Results Provide Concrete Recommendations for Employers & Governments

DinarStandard™, a Muslim market research and business media firm, and ProductiveMuslim Ltd, a productivity training and media firm, have joined forces to deliver a ground-breaking study that presents a fact-based assessment of the state of productivity during Ramadan across the world.

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Corruption index 2010 from Transparency International

| 18/08/2011 | Reply
Corruption index 2010 from Transparency International

The Corruption Index is always controversial, but it can be a guide to who you might want to do business with. Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is the world’s most credible measure of of domestic, public sector corruption.

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France: Clamour for health drives French chilled foods

| 05/08/2011 | Reply
France: Clamour for health drives French chilled foods

Chilled processed food was one of the best performers within the broader French packaged food market in both value and volume terms in 2010. Sales were underpinned by strong demand for natural products beneficial to health and wellbeing, combined with increased innovation and consumers eating in more regularly.

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Malaysia: Jakim, IIUM collaborate on research for halal products

| 16/03/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Jakim, IIUM collaborate on research for halal products

Jakim’s director-general Datuk Wan Mohamad Sheikh Abd Aziz said Jakim would tap the IIUM’s expertise in various fields of research to identify halal products that we free from non-halal deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) content. He said the collaboration was a step in the right direction to make the halal industry more organised to boost the confidence of all quarters, including international certification bodies.

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Pakistan: UPM team meets UVAS vice chancellor

| 10/01/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: UPM team meets UVAS vice chancellor

A seven-member delegation from University of Putra, Malaysia, (UPM) on Friday called on the Vice-Chancellor of University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Professor Dr Muhammad Nawaz and discussed prospects of both universities’ mutual co-operation. He also discussed the as ways and means to enhance the quality of education and research collaboration in the field of veterinary sciences especially, Halal products.

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