ASJA (Asia Japan Alumni) - ASCOJA symposium: “ASEAN- Japan Trade Opportunities – Tapping into the Halal Market” Preface: The global halal industry is estimated to be worth around USD 2.3 trillion (excluding Islamic Finance). Growing at an estimated annual rate of 20%, the industry is valued at about USD560 billion a year. Thus making it one of the fastest growing consumer segments in the world. The global halal market of 1.8 billion Muslims is no longer confined to food and food related products. The halal industry has now expanded beyond the food sector to include pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, health products, toiletries and medical devices as well as service sector components such as logistics, marketing, print and electronic media, packaging, branding, and financing. In recent years, with the increase in numbers of affluent Muslims, the halal industry has expanded further into lifestyle offerings including halal travel and hospitality services as well as fashion. The halal market is non-exclusive to Muslims, and has gained increasing acceptance among non-Muslim consumers who associate halal with ethical consumerism. No longer a mere religious obligation or observance for Muslims, halal (which means “lawful” or allowance”) has become a powerful market force, becoming increasingly a world-wide market phenomenon for both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. The appendage of “Halal” to a product is not just a guarantee that the product is permitted for Muslims, but it has also become a global symbol for quality assurance and lifestyle choice. With the huge untapped halal market, players from every sector of the industry, from huge multinationals down to small enterprises, are looking to capture their share of this growing market. Asia having the largest Muslim population in the world has become an important and lucrative halal market. The region is one of the fastest growing region for halal products driven by countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, China and India. Major growth in the halal market has been driven by changing lifestyles of affluent consumers. The increase in purchasing power of consumers in this region also brings about demand for more diversified products, opening up a new and growing market for halal producers. A number of Asian countries have been actively promoting themselves as centres for halal production, standardization, research and international trade. The growth in the halal industries brings along its own unique set of issues, challenges and opportunities. For example; a unified global halal standards, maintaining integrity throughout the halal supply chain

and changing consumers’ expectation on halal products are just some of the challenges facing the halal industries. In Japan, Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike announced earlier this year that halal food will be provided during the 2020 Olympic game to encourage Muslims to visit Tokyo. The Japanese government is hopeful that halal products will contribute to the nation's economic growth as Tokyo prepares to host the Olympics and Paralympics, which are likely to offer greater opportunities for the halal sector. It is hoped that this symposium will provide the platform to generate understanding and discussion on the possible way forward for ASEAN and Japan to contribute to the development of the halal industry. The objectives of the symposium are: 1) To share experiences particularly from Brunei’s perspective in the development of its halal industry 2) To evaluate common challenges in the halal industry from regulators, industry and investors perspective 3) To explore potential areas of collaboration among ASEAN and Japan in the area of Halal industry The symposium call for papers on but not limited to the following areas: halal policies and certification; Halal market: halal food and halal non-food products on areas such as tourism, pharmaceutical and healthcare, cosmetic and personal care, apparel, logistics and supply chain; Case studies and best practices on regional/local halal standards, challenges and opportunities of halal market in ASEAN countries and Japan.

Presentation format: Each presenter will be given 15 to 20 minutes of presentation time inclusive of Q&A session. Presentation language can be either English or Japanese.

ASEAN- Japan Trade Opportunities – Tapping into the Halal Market

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