Brunei Halal Case Study

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The economic spirit of halal

With a current global value of $2.77 trillion, the halal food market serves more than just the 1.8 billion Muslims in the world, only a third of which live in the Middle East and North Africa and the large majority in Asia. Our study shows that the Sultanate of Brunei has embarked on this trend and is increasingly promoting its own halal industry by offering investors excellent infrastructure and support for ventures into this market.

As Muslims will make up a projected 27 per cent of the global population by 2030, the value of ethical, clean food to non-Muslim consumers is also on the rise. Clearly, the global halal food market is no longer a niche market populated by boutique food processing companies in specialised hubs of the world.

The Investvine study looks at how multinational food companies are embarking on this trend mainly in Southeast Asia and how Brunei can pull its weight in becoming a regional halal hub.

The economic spirit of halal, Investvine Special Research, 12 pages + 

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Investvine Special Research The economic spirit of halal With a current global value of $2.77 trillion, the halal food market serves more than just the 1.8 billion Muslims in the world, only a third of which live in the Middle East and North Africa and the large majority in Asia. Our study shows that the Sultanate of Brunei has embarked on this trend and is increasingly promoting its own halal industry by offering investors excellent infrastructure and support for ventures into this market. As Muslims will make up a projected 27 per cent of the global population by 2030, the value...

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halal jakimInvestvine Special Research

The economic spirit of halal

With a current global value of $2.77 trillion, the halal food market serves more than just the 1.8 billion Muslims in the world, only a third of which live in the Middle East and North Africa and the large majority in Asia. Our study shows that the Sultanate of Brunei has embarked on this trend and is increasingly promoting its own halal industry by offering investors excellent infrastructure and support for ventures into this market.

As Muslims will make up a projected 27 per cent of the global population by 2030, the value of ethical, clean food to non-Muslim consumers is also on the rise. Clearly, the global halal food market is no longer a niche market populated by boutique food processing companies in specialised hubs of the world.

The Investvine study looks at how multinational food companies are embarking on this trend mainly in Southeast Asia and how Brunei can pull its weight in becoming a regional halal hub.

The economic spirit of halal, Investvine Special Research, 12 pages + 

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