The Mobilizing of Halal Sector Industry and Management

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เลอพงษ์ ซาร์ยีด กฤษณา ไวสำรวจ

Abstract

The objectives of this article are two folds, first to study organizations that take the lead role in propelling industrial sector policy e including managing process and accountability. Secondly, to study the development and support to meet Halal products and services international standards for boosting export of products and services with aims to competition in the international market. And thirdly, to explore possible channels to promote proactive exportation of Halal products and services, to both Muslim countries and non-Muslim country markets. This study is a qualitative research using various methods of collecting data by relying on the researcher’s personal interpretation.


The finding results as followed.


1. Government agencies and the Islamic Central Board of Thailand, both have a key role in the mobilizing of Halal sector Industry and Management. Moreover, entrepreneurs play important roles in halal management support to promote the implementation of various tasks.


2. To meet international standards and to increase reliability of certification in a competitive international markets, Halal food inspection and certification should be monitored strictly by the auditors and the certified body (Halal Certification).


3. In order to promote Thai Halal food standard and services to be acceptable internationally, government must facilitate Halal entrepreneurs and exporters by taking more initiative role in contact with foreign trading partners.

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