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“ The Honorable Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak Prime Minister of Malaysia

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The commercial revenue, employment opportunities and global connectivity of the Ummah through participation in the Halal industry, contribute significantly to the economies of many Muslim nations. For our brothers and sisters in less developed countries, they also help knit together a tapestry of hope for those toiling in the margins.

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The Honorable Dato’ Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia

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Halal is not about one country’s agenda but the concerted efforts of many nations. These efforts will require, among others, structured capacity building programmes and an efficient and seamless global supply chain to propel halal from its current niche into the mainstream of global economics and industry.

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Malaysia’s focus is on increasing halal awareness and its business potential, providing the necessary facilities and platform for intellectual discourse and thought leadership in this field. The Government has identified strategic sectors under the Halal Industry Master Plan (2008 -2020) to drive and create new growth opportunities within the industry. The Honorable Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Malaysia

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Through various programmes such as intellectual conferences, international collaborations, innovation initiatives and trade-investment promotions, Malaysia is now recognized as the leading Global Halal Hub. The State of Global Islamic Economy Report 2015 placed Malaysia at the top spot in sectors such as the Halal Economy indicator, Halal Food and Halal Travel. We will continue to promote and expand the halal industry’s contribution to the Malaysian economy and our society’s well-being. Dato’ Seri Jamil Bidin Chief Executive Officer, HDC

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Malaysia at the Forefront of Global Halal Industry DevelopmentÂ

Malaysia charted the path for the development of the halal industry more than 40 years ago with measures and initiatives intensified over the years to further accelerate its growth. The Malaysian Government has developed the Halal Industry Master Plan which outlines the development strategies the necessary infrastructure, incentives, policies and support to attract investments and promote trade in the halal industry. This comprehensive ecosystem supports the development of halal-related initiatives.

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The Halal Journey MAJOR FIRST STEP Research Center of the Islamic Affairs Division under the Prime Minister’s Office started to issue Halal status of products that meet Halal criteria.

MILESTONES 1974

1982

LOGO INTRODUCED Halal status was given 1994 in the form of an official certificate bearing the official Halal logo.

ONE STOP The processing for Halal Certificates began to be conducted by JAKIM.

2000

2002

2004

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LEGAL POWERS JAKIM established.

GOING GLOBAL The first Halal standard in the world developed: the MS 1500 - General Guidelines on Production, Preparation, Handling and Storage of Halal Food. HALAL TRADE • Launching of the MS 1500:2004 - Halal Food Standard: Production, Preparation, Handling and Storage.

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The Halal Journey

HDC ESTABLISHED Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) was established on 18 September 2006 to coordinate the comprehensive development of the Halal Industry in Malaysia. Vision: Malaysia as the Global Halal Hub THE 1ST HALAL INDUSTRY MASTER PLAN DEVELOPED The Halal Industry Master Plan will be implemented in three phases from 2008 to 2020.

2008

2009

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Mission: To create value for businesses participating in the Global Halal Industry and to benefit Malaysia’s economy.

2006

GHSC REBRANDED The Global Halal Reference Centre was rebranded as the Global Halal Support Centre (GHSC).

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The Halal Journey MAJOR

MILESTONES 30 MILLION USERS Global visitors utilizing on GHSC’s products and 2014 services.

OTP LAUNCHED • The world’s first physical centre for global halal reference launched – One Touch Point ( OTP).

1ST MALAYSIA HALAL WEEK • First Malaysia Halal Week was held comprising World Halal Research Conference and MIHAS. • First Halal Guide Book published. • Launching of :i) MS2400:2010 Halalan Toyyiban Assurance Pipeline ii) MS2200:2008 Cosmetic and Personal Care.

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2015

HALAL FOCAL POINT HDC mandated to act as focal point for halal industry development.

2013

HALAL DATA The first World Halal Data Warehouse System introduced.

2012 2011

HBT INTRODUCED Capacity development program: Halal Business Transformation Program (HBT) was introduced – an initiative to increase global halal players.

2010

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Halal in National Strategic Plans 9TH MALAYSIA PLAN (9MP) 2006-2010 Halal was identified as the new source of economic growth

NATIONAL AGRICULTURE POLICY 1998-2010

1996 2006

1998 2

INDUSTRIAL MASTER PLAN 1996- 2005 The Halal imperative began under the Second Industrial Master Plan 1996-2005, to promote export-led growth and higher value added services. Halal was further integrated under the 3rd National Agriculture Policy 1998- 2010, highlighting the Halal food industry. ND

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Halal in National Strategic Plans HALAL INDUSTRY MASTER PLAN (HIMP 2008-2020) • Strengthen Malaysia’s position as the Global Halal Reference Centre for halal integrity know-how. • Develop Malaysia as the leading centre for halal production, trade and innovation.

Phase I : 2008-2010 Establish Malaysia as a global leader in halal integrity Phase II : 2011-2015 Establish Malaysia as the preferred location for halal-related businesses Phase III : 2016 – 2020 Broaden geographic footprint of home-grown companies

2006 2008 THIRD INDUSTRIAL MASTER PLAN (IMP3) 2006-2020 To develop Malaysia as the global halal hub for the production and trade for halal products and services. Development of the halal industry was given emphasis under Chapter 21 of the IMP3 and among the strategic initiatives included is the establishment of the Halal Industry Development Corporation to coordinate the overall development of the industry.

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Halal in National Strategic Plans THE NEW ECONOMIC MODEL The halal agenda was further emphasized as part of the NEM to enhance trade and investment, develop human capital and promote halal awareness.

THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMME (ETP) Under the ETP, new and emerging areas within the halal related sectors will be given more emphasis, towards developing a sustainable halal economy.

2016

2015 2010

Establishment of MAJLIS HALAL MALAYSIA, chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia

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ELEVENTH MALAYSIA PLAN (11MP) 2016 - 2020

Halal Malaysia has been identified as a strategic industry under the Services Sector. The focus will be on the development of a holistic eco-system covering the entire halal value chain.

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HIMP Achievements PHASE 1

Establish Malaysia as a global leader in halal integrity

2008 -2010 2009

The World’s First World Halal Research Summit was held in Malaysia

Malaysia has established The World’s First Global Halal Support Centre (GHSC)

FOCUS

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The establishment of GHSC One Touch Point is a testament to our commitment and aspiration in translating the vision of Malaysia in becoming a renowned Global Halal Hub and strategically positions itself as the world’s preferred. This so called business to business or business to consumer approach summarizes our effort to provide the connection platform for industry activities and networking, all through a single point location.

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- Dato Seri Jamil Bidin, HDC Chief Executive Officer

The first Halal standard in the world “MS 1500, General guidelines on the production, preparation, handling and storage of Halal food” was developed.


HIMP Achievements PHASE 1 2008 -2010 2010

Establish Malaysia as a global leader in halal integrity

The World’s First Halal Pipeline Assurance standard and The World’s first halal cosmetic and personal care standard was developed.

Malaysia has produced 13 halal related standards for industry applications. This makes Malaysia the first country to have a full halal industry standard.

1

MS 1500:2009

Halal Food -

8

Production, Preparation, Handling And Storage - General Guidelines (Second Revision)

2

Shariah-based Quality Management Systems -

Islamic Consumer Goods - Part 1: Cosmetic And Personal Care Islamic Consumer Goods - Part 2: Usage Of Animal Bone, Skin And Hair -

10

Halalan-toyyiban Assurance Pipeline - Part 3: Management System Requirements

MS 2424:2012

Halal Pharmaceuticals - General Guidelines

11

MS 2565:2014

Halal Packaging - General Guidelines

Value-based Management Systems MS 2393:2013

12

Islamic & Halal Principles Definitions And Interpretations On Terminology

7

MS 2400-3:2010

For Retailing

MS 2300:2009 Requirements From An Islamic Perspective

6

9

MS 2200-2:2012

General Guidelines

5

For Warehousing And Related Activities

MS 2200-1:2008

General Guidelines

4

Halalan-toyyiban Assurance Pipeline - Part 2: Management System Requirements

MS 1900:2014 Requirements With Guidance (First Revision)

3

MS 2400-2:2010

MS 2400-1:2010

Halalan-toyyiban Assurance Pipeline - Part 1: Management System Requirements For Transportation Of Goods And/Or Cargo Chain Services

MS 2594:2015

Halal Chemicals For Use In Potable Water Treatment - General Guidelines

13

MS 2610:2015

Muslim Friendly Hospitality Services - Requirements


HIMP Achievements Establish Malaysia as the preferred location for halal related business

PHASE 2 2011 - 2015

Halal Export (RM Billion)

Job Creation Total Workers

192826

235011

248508 32

33

2012

2013

38

39

24

144088 97042

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

1. JOB CREATION

2336

2011

3320

2012

2014

2015

2. HALAL EXPORT

Number of Halal Certified Companies Total No. Certified 5415

2011

Total Halal Investment (RM Billion) 10.6

5726

8.45

4443

6.2 4.1

2013

2014

2015

3. CERTIFIED COMPANY

2012

2013

2014

2015

4. HALAL INVESTMENTS


HIMP Achievements PHASE 2 2011 - 2015

Establish Malaysia as the preferred location for halal related business

5. HALAL BRANDING World Halal Conference provided a global halal centric platform for intellectual discourse on halal related matters. YEAR

THEME

World Halal Research (WHR) 2007

1st International Conference on Research Advances in Halal Science

World Halal Research (WHR) 2009

Creating Opportunities through Science

World Halal Research (WHR) 2010

Inspiring Innovation through Halal Research

World Halal Research (WHR) 2011

Catalyst For Growth in the Halal Industry

World Halal Research (WHR) 2012

Innovation as Catalyst for Business Transformation

World Halal Conference (WHC) 2013

Halal Economy - Creating the Momentum

World Halal Conference (WHC) 2014

Global Food Security - The Halal Perspective

World Halal Conference (WHC) 2015

Halal Economy - A Profitable Convergence

6. HALAL INFRASTRUCTURE (AS OF 2015) 14 HALMAS Halal Parks (RM10.6 Billion)

Global Halal Support Centre (as at 2015)

Foreign investment: RM 5.6 billion Domestic investment: RM 5.0 billion

33 milion visitors (online) 150 countries (online)


HIMP Achievements OUTCOME FROM WHC 2015 Held from 1 - 2 April 2015 The WHC 2015 theme “Halal Economy : A Profitable Halal Islamic Industry Finance

Convergence” demonstrates the importance of bridging the two crucial components within the halal eco-system namely, the Halal industry and Islamic finance, towards developing a sustainable economy.

6 SPEAKERS 80 FORUMS

The Conference comprised six subject-focused forums featuring impactful presentations and dialogues by 80 influential speakers to chart the future course of global Halal industry development.

1,341 DELEGATES

54

COUNTRIES

Attended by 1,341 high profile delegates from 54 countries including H.E. Mr. Nurettin Canikli, Minister of Customs and Trade of Turkey, H.E. Dr. Rashid Ahmed Mohamed Bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water of United Arab Emirates and H.E. Mrs. Apiradi Tantraporn, Deputy Minister of Commerce of Thailand.

HALAL EXCELLENCE

Halal Excellence Award was presented at the

AWARD 2015

Appreciation Dinner to honor an organization that has excelled and contributed significantly to the growth of the halal industry in Malaysia. Chemical Company of Malaysia Berhad (CCM) was the recipient for Halal Excellence Award 2015.

PR VALUE

RM

15 MILLION

PR Value garnered: RM 15 million


HIMP Achievements OUTCOME FROM WHC 2015 Held from 1 - 2 April 2015

• Canada • USA

• • • • •

Ecuardo Argentina Brazil Chile Uruguay

• Austria • Belgium • Bosnia Herzegovina • Denmark • Georgia • Romania • Russia • UK

• • • • •

Bangladesh India Maldives Pakistan Sri Lanka

• • • • • • •

Egypt Ghana Lesotho Libya South Africa Zambia Zimbabwe

• • • • • • •

Brunei Indonesia Laos Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam

• • • •

China Japan Korea Taiwan

• Australia • Fiji Islands • Papua New Guinea • Solomon Islands

WHC 2015�CONFERENCE DELEGATES

820 + 521 = 1,341

Malaysian Delegates

International Delegates

Total Delegates


Malaysian Halal Industry ACHIEVEMENTS TH E DE VE LOPE M E NT FR AM EWOR K A new source of economic growth Global Reference Centre for Halal Integrity know-how Specialty Cosmetics Processed & Personal Care Food

Ingredients

Livestock

Pharmacuetical

Services logistics, tourism, healthcare

Legislation & Regulatory Framework

Human Capital

Physical Infrastructure & Connectivity

Funding & Incentives

Industry Standards & CertiďŹ cation

Public Sector Delivery System

MACRO-ECONOMIC KPIs 2020

1

Halal Export Revenue

2

Employment in Halal

3

ACHIEVEMENTS 2015

RM 39 Billion

RM 19 Billion

248, 508 jobs

300,000 jobs

Note: 206,000 in 2004

Number of Exporters (SME)

800 companies

1,600 companies

Note: 700 in 2014


Malaysian Halal Industry ACHIEVEMENTS INVESTMENT

Investment in Halmas Halal Parks: RM

Foreign:

RM

Domestic:

RM

5.6 + 5.0 = 10.6 BILLION BILLION BILLION Since 2010

Incentives for eligible Halal Park operators, industry players and logistics operators: • Full income tax exemption for 5 - 10 years • Import duty exemption • Double deduction on qualifying capital expenditure Among the major investors include:• Cargill Palm Oil Production Sdn Bhd • PML Dairies Sdn Bhd (F&N) • Coca Cola Bottlers (M) Sdn Bhd • AJ Pharma Research and AJ Pharma Sdn Bhd • Kellogg Asia Products Sdn Bhd


World Halal Research and World Halal Conferences (2007 – 2015)

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Nationwide Halal Outreach Programme (HOPE)

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Halal Ingredients Asia 21-23 September 2015

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Halal Initiatives In Healthcare Industry 27 October 2015

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Halal Cosmetic & Personal Care: In trend 16 February 2016

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Key Implementation Ministries and Agencies include:

www.miti.gov.my

Standards Development

Certification & Enforcement

www.standardmalaysia.gov.my

www.halal.gov.my

Industry Development Integrity | Branding

www.smebank.com.my

www.matrade.gov.my

www.hdcglobal.com

www.mida.gov.my

www.midf.com.my

www.dvs.gov.my

www.statictic.gov.my

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www.kpdnkk.gov.my

www.smecorp.gov.my

www.mpc.gov.my

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HDC 10 YEARS

Launch of the first World Halal Research Forum with the objective of inspiring innovation within the areas of Halal Research and Development, deliberate and exchange ideas on research, emerging technologies, trends and challenges within the global Halal industry.

2006

• The Malaysian Cabinet agreed on the

establishment of the Halal Industry Development Corporation to coordinate the overall development and promotion of halal industry in Malaysia.

• Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah

bin Haji Ahmad Badawi announced in his 2007 Budget Speech that HDC will be established under the Prime Minister’s Department.

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2007

2008

• Launch of Halal Knowledge Centre. • Malaysian Cabinet decided that HDC

will be sole issuer of Malaysian Halal certificates. The Malaysian Cabinet approved new • mandate for HDC via the Halal Industry Master Plan 2008 - 2020, to drive the development and growth of Halal Industry in Malaysia towards becoming a Global Halal Hub by 2020. • Launch of Global Halal Reference Centre.

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HDC 10 YEARS

Under Phase 1 of the Halal Industry Master Plan, the Global Halal Reference Centre was rebranded as the Global Halal Support Centre.

Initially placed under the Economic Planning Unit from 2006 – 2008, HDC was later placed under the Minister of Religious Affairs, Prime Minister’s Department from 2008 -2009. In 2008, HDC was the sole issuer of Malaysia Halal Certificates.

In October 2009, the Government decided for HDC to focus on industry development. The management of Halal certification was handed over to JAKIM. In the same year, HDC was placed under the purview of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).

2009

2010

• Launch

of the first Halal Guide Book and Halal Exporters’ Directory during MIHAS 2010.

• Launch of Halal Apps for iPhone during WHR 2010. • Launch of HDC iKiosk at Carrefour Alamanda and Mydin USJ. • Two years after it was originally launched, the Global Halal Support

Centre recorded approximately 13 million visitors from more than 100 countries.

• Launch of The Modern Compendium of Halal during WHR 2011 • Halal Park Portal went LIVE; initiation of Data Warehouse project;

Debut of HDC’s Social Media Network (Facebook, Linkedln, Twitter and Youtube).

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HDC 10 YEARS

Launch of Halal Data Warehouse System with • 20 Government agencies signed up as corporate users. • Rebranding of the World Halal Research Forum to World Halal Conference. • OneTouchPoint recorded more than 4,800 GHSC visitors, 800 international delegates from 56 countries. • signed a memorandum with SME Bank HDC and Bumiputera Agenda Steering Unit for the establishment of a RM280 million Halal Development Fund for the development of halal industry and Bumiputera entrepreneurs in Malaysia for international markets.

Halal Business Transformation • Program was introduced to facilitate capacity development for local companies to become global players in Halal industry. Launch of The Modern • Compendium of Halal during WHR 2011.

2011

2012

2013

• Launch of Halal Discoveries for

Young Readers during WHR 2012. • Launch of GHSC OneTouchPoint – the world’s first physical centre for global Halal reference.

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HDC 10 YEARS

The establishment of the Halal Sectoral • Initiative, which includes Halal Ingredients Asia 2015. 2,400 companies registered under HBT • program. The Halal• Healthcare Initiative event was held to provide an awareness platform to promote halal in the healthcare sector. HDC was•given the mandate by the Cabinet to act as the focal point on all matters relating to halal industry development.

2014

• • • •

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2015

GHSC was announced as one of the national program with best outcomes by the Prime Minister’s Department. Global visitor’s utilisation on GHSC’s products and services reached 30 million. The publication of ‘Global Potential for Halal Vaccines’ verified the prospects of developing new halal vaccines and converting existing ones into halal vaccines. The strategic recommendations for halal industry development were incorporated in the 11th Malaysia Plan.

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