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New Malaysian Standard On Halal Pharmaceuticals To Benefit Malaysia, Says Fadillah

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New Malaysian Standard On Halal Pharmaceuticals To Benefit Malaysia, Says Fadillah

Post  Admin on Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:27 am

KUALA LUMPUR, March 2 (Bernama) -- Malaysian Standard -- MS 2424:2020
(P): Halal Pharmaceuticals: General Guidelines, the world's first
incorporated general guidelines for Halal pharmaceuticals, are expected
to benefit Malaysia in the competitive Halal industry.




Science, Technology and Innovation Deputy Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusof
said that with the development of the Malaysian Standard series,
including MS Halal Pharmaceuticals, Malaysia has an advantage in the
increasingly competitive halal market.

The guidelines on the requirements and critical areas in the
manufacturing and handling of Halal pharmaceuticals was developed by the
Industry Standards Committee on Halal Standard (ISC I), he said.



It was represented by various organisations, including the Department of
Standards Malaysia, Health Ministry and the National Pharmaceutical
Bureau.



"This Halal value proposition comes on the back of the government's
current campaign to incorporate Halal considerations towards achieving
an integrated Halal lifestyle," he said in a statement Wednesday.



Fadillah said it was in line with the Strategic Reform Initiatives
(SRIs) for the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) as standards have
been identified as one of the drivers for economic activities that have
potential to propel transformation and growth in the Malaysian economy.



"The guidelines will also serve the growing Muslim market with 1.8
billion Muslims worldwide and a lucrative market worth US$2.3 trillion,"
he added.
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