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    ABOUT EXHIBITION

    ABOUT EXHIBITION

    International Congress-Exhibition Russian Halal Expo demonstrates new opportunities and niches in the segment of "halal": in tourism and hotel business, medicine, pharmaceutics, food, cosmetic and chemical industries. During the business program, participants will discuss relevant issues of halal industry development, international cooperation and innovations. More than 50 companies from 15 countries will present their assortment of halal products and services to new partners ...

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    EXHIBITORS

    EXHIBITORS

    The participants of the Russian Halal Expo are certified producers of food products, consumer goods, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, companies providing services in the field of hotel and restaurant services, tourism, education and medicine, investment companies.

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    VISITORS OF THE EXHIBITION

    VISITORS OF THE EXHIBITION

    • Representatives of business structures;
    • Representatives of the expert community in the field of health
    • Representatives of large wholesale and retail chains and HoReCa segment;
    • Representatives of the scientific sector "Halal";
    • Representatives of executive authorities;
    • Representatives of small and medium-sized businesses;
    • Consumers of products and services.

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    EXHIBITION SECTIONS. DATA AND VENUE

    EXHIBITION SECTIONS. DATA AND VENUE

    Tourism, Medicine and pharmaceutics, Cosmetics, Food, HoReCa, Education, Investment projects.

    Date: April 26-28, 2018

    Location: Moscow, Expocenter fairgrounds

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    A part of the Global Islamic Economy Indicator (GIEI), the ranking assesses a country’s ecosystem, including supply and demand drivers relative to its size, governance, awareness and social considerations, according to a statement.

    The Halal Travel Indicator was first launched in 2014 as part of the 2014 State of the Global Islamic Economy Report initiated by Thomson Reuters in collaboration with DinarStandard, a growth strategy research and advisory system.

    This is the first time Indonesia was included in the top 10.

    The top three countries in the recently released Halal Travel Indicator were Malaysia, United Arab Emirates and Turkey.

    Indonesia has set a target to attract at least 3.8 and 5 million Muslim visitors in 2018 and 2019, respectively. To reach the target, the Tourism Ministry is expected to allocate a larger budget toward halal tourism to be invested in sales missions and trade shows.

    Additionally, the ministry has also formed a Halal Tourism Acceleration and Development Team to help develop the archipelago's tourist sector.

    (Source: Jakarta Post)