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Understanding Halal Industry

Hussein Elasrag

Publisher: Hussein Elasrag

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The global halal market has emerged as a new growth sector in the global economy and is creating a strong presence in developed countries. The halal industry has now expanded well beyond the food sector further widening the economic potentials for halal. This paper will help to deepen understanding of the concept of Halal principles and products.
 
Available since: 02/26/2022.

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