More than 300 national and international exhibitors show their products at the Halal Indonesia Expo in Jakarta.
Turkish grocers in Germany generate more sales with fewer but larger stores. Meanwhile, international companies are interested in the market. However, detailed market data is missing.
Chinese and Southern European companies spend a lot of time paying their bills. The quick payers come from New Zealand, South Africa and Austria.
For the first time in March next year, a Halal trade fair will take place at the Hanover Exhibition Centre. The organizer is Deutsche Messe AG.
The number of Halal certifications and products is growing rapidly in Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country uses the power of consumers.
Malaysia is ahead in the global halal business. But its Southeast Asian neighbor Indonesia also wants to play a more active role.
The Arab countries want to accept each other’s Halal certificates. The aim is to improve the competitiveness of halal foods.
Islamic banking remains a niche for Germany, says economist Matthias Casper. The situation in Great Britain looks completely different.
The Turkish online retailer for Islamic fashion Modanisa has sold a minority stake to Goldman Sachs and Wamda Capital.
A Malaysian startup has launched a web browser for Muslims. The browser filters out inappropriate content, such as gambling.