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China International Cooperation Forum on Halal Food Certification


(Ningxia-AlummahWorld, Rabi`I 6, 1437, December 17, 2015) China (Ningxia) International Cooperation Forum on Halal Food Certification held on 11-12 September 2015 in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China.

A delegation of OIC/SMIIC, the Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries attended the China International Cooperation Forum on Halal Food Certification in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China.

Mr. Sebahittin KORKMAZ, Chairman of the SMIIC Board of Directors, together with Mr. İhsan OVUT, Secretary General and accompanying delegation attended China (Ningxia) International Cooperation Forum on Halal Food Certification which was held on 11-12 September 2015 in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China.

Mr. Chairman delivered a keynote speech in the inauguration ceremony of the Forum underlying the importance of OIC/SMIIC standards which are the result of a common study conducted by the experts of OIC Member States in enhancing halal trade by eliminating technical barriers.

During the Forum, Secretary General delivered a corporate presentation on the activities of the SMIIC by sharing the latest developments carried out under the SMIIC Technical Committees regarding the revision of OIC/SMIIC standards. Mr. ÖVÜT also illustrated the recent outputs of the SMIIC Accreditation Committee (AC) along with the SMIIC AC Scheme which is planned to be launched by the beginning of 2016.

Mr. Chairman and Secretary General took this opportunity to invite all halal certification bodies to implement OIC/SMIIC standards and to be part of SMIIC AC Scheme by applying to the SMIIC AC for halal accreditation in order to diminish technical barriers.

Dubai raises bar for food safety standards


(Dubai-NewsHalal-Dhu-AlHijjah 30, 1436, October 14, 2015)Restaurants that make claims about the nutritional and dietary benefits of their food they serve must prove them to Dubai Municipality.

Food establishments singanitropin that must submit to food safety inspections must now substantiate their nutritional claims, it was announced on Wednesday.

“Everybody likes healthy food,” said Khalid Sharif, executive director of the municipality’s new food safety department. “Now, when they say the food is good for the hair, good for skin and diet, they will need to prove it. They will need our approval first.”

The new checks are expected site to begin by the end of the year, with total coverage of those establishments that promote the healthiness of their meals expected by the middle of next year.

“There are so many restaurants in Dubai and many say they have healthy food that is good for diabetics, good for people who want to steroids shop reduce weight, but we don’t want anybody to put those claims forward unless they have our approval,” Mr Sharif said.

The municipality has a team of 70 inspectors to monitor hygiene standards at restaurants.

Now, with the new initiative in mind, it will work with Dubai Health Authority to develop tests to verify nutritional values.
“Nobody was controlling (nutritional claims) but now, at Dubai Municipality, we will give the lead and we will control this,” Mr Sharif said.

“All the inspections will be more open, more visible to people, so the public can make the decision,” said Bobby Krishna, the municipality’s principal food inspector.

Coinciding with the new initiative is the 10th Dubai International Food Safety Conference, to be held on October 27 to 28.

A colour coding scheme for restaurants to inform customers about the establishment’s health and safety record is on the conference agenda.
In the plan, announced last year by the municipality, a red card would indicate that breaches had resulted in a temporary closure, while a green card would highlight safe practices.

Other key seminars will focus on camel milk, its export to the European Union, and the international aims of the halal food accreditation centre in Dubai – also run by the municipality.

Record 5.1 million tourists visits Turkey during first quarter of 2018


(Istanbul-NewsHalal-Sha’ban 12, 1439H) Turkey`s tourism sector showing rapid growth as country saw a new all-time high in the number of tourists coming to the country in the first quarter of current year, reported by Turkish Daily Sabah.

Culture and Tourism Minister Numan Kurtulmus announced Friday that the country welcomed around 5.1 million tourists. Kurtulmus, who attended the signing ceremony of the protocol of the Tourism Advisory Board in Istanbul, announced that the first three-month figures showed around 5.138 million tourists came to the country.

Kurtulmus highlighted that this is an all-time record, which corresponds to an increase of about 35-36 percent compared to the same period of the previous year.

The Tourism Advisory Board, a new board that will assume the role of umbrella organization and consist of eight leading non-governmental Hormonas Péptidos organizations in the sector and national flag carrier Turkish Airlines (THY) and whose aim will be to carry out projects to increase the number of tourists and income, is of historical importance for Turkish tourism, the minister said.

Indicating that in this era, tourism has become an important sector not only for Turkey, but also for the whole world.

“It is obvious it will be one of the world’s order testobolin vial fastest-growing sectors in the coming 10 years. The Tourism Council we organized earlier has given us a very important perspective. Tourism is Turkey’s strategic sector,” the minister reportedly said.

Indicating that the country has gained important momentum in this sector, Kurtulmus said with the development of the tourism sector, Turkey’s current account deficit would continue to decline.

He also pointed to the current deficit of $47.1 billion Turkey has with the figures from last year. “If we consider that the tourism sector has reached a potential of $32 billion with the figures from last year, it will be a sector with enough strength to close Turkey’s current account deficit alone as of this year,” Kurtulmus said.

He said last year’s $26 billion tourism revenue will be raised to $32 billion this year, noting that they aim for 40 million tourists, expecting this number to reach 50 million tourists and $50 billion in tourism revenues in 2023. “The figures are encouraging. We went through difficult times in the past. Political turbulence both in Turkey and in its surroundings affected tourism. As a result, we witnessed declines in the number of tourists,” Kurtulmus said, stressing that 2017 was a very strong year of return and that 2018 will be much stronger.

Commenting on the first-quarter figures, Minister Kurtulmus stated the number of tourists coming from Russia would reach 5 million this year, while the number of German tourists is likely to be close to 4 million.

After seeing a sharp decline in the number of visitors to Turkey for tourism in 2016, a year that included a series of terror attacks and a failed coup attempt, the tourism industry saw a recovery in 2017.

Meanwhile, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) has confirmed that the country’s tourism revenue rose by more than 18.9 percent in 2017 as it hit $26.3 billion from $22.1 billion in the previous year. While the country hosted 36.8 million foreign tourists in 2014 and 36.3 million in 2015, the figure fell sharply to 25.3 million in 2016 but rose again to 32.4 million last year, according to the national statistical body.

Turkey is also pushing for Halal Tourism as many more Islamic and non-Islamic countries striving to attract Muslim tourists.

Turkey received 29 million tourists from January to October 2017


(Istanbul-NewsHalal-Rabi I, 12, 1439H) The Culture and Tourism Ministry in Turkey announced that around 29 million people visited Turkey in the first 10 months of the year 2017, an increase of 28 percent compared to 22.7 million in the same period last year. The holiday resort city of Antalya, on the Mediterranean coast, recorded the highest number of visitors with 9.25 million. Istanbul, the country’s largest city by population and one of the top tourism destinations, was second among all cities with border gates, with around 9 million visitors from abroad.

According to report published by Daily Sabah, Russian tourists made their way to Turkey the most, constituting 15.7 percent – some 4.5 million visitors, according to statistics on foreign visitors’ nationalities, followed by Germans at 11.5 percent and Iranians at 7.3 percent.

Official data also showed that flying was the most preferred for of transportation, with 21.4 million travelers, while 6.9 million and around 700,000 visitors came by land and sea routes, respectively.

The ministry figures show a gradual recovery came after the lifting of the ban on tourist flights from Russia and overcoming terrorist attacks. Last year, 25.3 million foreigners entered the country while the number of arriving foreigners was 36.2 million in 2015.

Antalya, which sees more than 10 million tourists a year, is among the favorite residential centers for foreigners. In the city of 60,534 inhabitants from more than 100 countries, Russians leads the way at 9,035, Dogan News Agency (DHA) reported yesterday.

In Turkey, which has 816,410 foreign residents, Antalya is among the provinces that have the largest number of foreign residents.

According to results of address-based population registrations (ADNKS), 60,534 foreign nationals lived in Antalya as of the end of 2016. Many foreigners from more than 100 countries who live in Antalya work in business in various fields, mainly tourism. A significant amount of foreign residents in Antalya are retired seniors.

Russians constitute the highest percentage of foreigners in Antalya at 9,035, followed by Germans with 8,653 people, Kazakhs with 5,628, Ukrainians with 5,318 and Kyrgyz with 4,975. Nationalities with more than 1,000 people living in Antalya are Azerbaijanis with 2,868, Iranians with 2,413, Iraqis with 1,946, Georgians with 1,625, Uzbeks with 1,561, Britons with 1,511 and Dutch with 1,292 people.

While halal tourism is rapidly growing and due to Islamophobea more Muslim tourists are avoiding to travel United States and Europe, Turkey is expected to gain much larger number of tourists from Islamic countries.

Saudi Arabia to invest $2bln in region’s cultural tourism sector


(Riyadh-NewsHalal-Sha’ban17,1438H) Saudi Arabia and Oman reportedly will lead the GCC’s multi-billion dollar investments in cultural tourism with a series of projects to develop new cultural attractions.

According to the research, compiled by Colliers International, Saudi Arabia is ready to invest up to US$2bn, one of the highest commitments of any government to cultural tourism in the region, with a number of projects and targets set out under Saudi Vision 2030, Saudi media reported.

Under the vision, by the year 2030, Saudi Arabia will increase the number of public and private museums from 155 to 241, increase the number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites from four to 10, and increase the number of archaeological sites suitable to visit from 75 to 155.

In addition, the Kingdom will increase the number of archaeological heritage sites from 10 to 28 and increase the number of activities and cultural events from 190 currently to 400 annually.

In 2015, Oman pledged investments of $2.5bn for the Omagine Project – a mixed-use development set on 245 acres of prime beachfront facing the Gulf of Oman, which is an integration of cultural, heritage, educational, entertainment and residential elements.

Although most tourism in Saudi Arabia still largely involves religious pilgrimages, there is growth in the leisure tourism sector. After several expanding project in Makkah and Madina, the two holiest sites for Muslim around the world, more pilgrims are expected to visit for performing Hajj and Umrah.

Among the initiatives outlined in the Saudi Vision 2030 is to increase the number of Hajj and Umrah pilgrims to 30 million annually. Reports show that the number of people visiting Makkah to perform hajj is increasing year by year, estimating the growth from 12 million in 2012 to almost 17 million by 2025, further strengthening the religious tourism sector’s contribution to the national economy.

Trend of visiting middle eastern and other Islamic countries among Muslims around the world is growing sharply while increasing number of Muslim youth avoiding to visit Europe and United States for the purpose of tourism.

Kenya seeking to become hub for Muslim tourism and Islamic banking


(Nairobi-NewsHalal- Rajab 15,1438H) The majority Christian nation Kenya wants to become a hub for Islamic tourism, banking and other services, experts said at an East African Islamic Economy Summit held in Nairobi on Tuesday.

The meeting attended by bankers, investors and other experts was organized by the private sector to explore how the region can best target a market of 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide by offering goods and services in line with Islamic principles.

The Islamic economy encompasses not only a food somadrol opiniones industry with dietary requirements, but also sectors such as tourism, banking, insurance and capital markets.

Kenyan tourism official Najib Balala said the Tourism Ministry planned to publish guidelines for hotels and lodges that would seek to comply with Islamic law, or Sharia, in order to attract Muslim travellers, whose spending is expected to reach 230 billion dollars in 2020 worldwide.
Kenya has also created a team of experts to identify policies that would make the country’s capital markets compliant with Sharia banking laws, said Paul Muthaura, chief executive of Kenya’s Capital Markets Authority.

Some participants at the meeting, however, warned that catering to the Muslim market also implied challenges.

“It is very difficult to develop concepts that are acceptable to the governments in countries with liberal populations such as Italy,” said Anna Maria Tiozzo, president of the Italian organization World Halal Development.
Tiozzo said her organization needed 10 years to push through the certification of Halal food products, with governments wary of being seen as favoring any particular religion.

On the other hand, Kenya has been developing a new certification program for tourist establishments to comply with Islamic standards. The aim is to attract more Muslim travelers and develop local halal tourism.

The tourism sector is one of the pillars of the country’s economy and an important source of foreign exchange. The Tourism Regulatory Authority (TRA) recently announced a new program to certify hospitals and leisure establishments according to Islamic standards.

Other countries of the African continent including South Africa are seeking ways to attract more Muslim tourists. With the world’s Muslim population expected to increase from 1.6 billion to 2.2 billion by 2030, projections suggest Halal ­Tourism will outpace the growth of any other tourism sector within the next four years. According to the MasterCard-Crescent­Rating Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2015, the sector  is expected to grow to $200bn by 2020.

South Korea and Japan striving to attract more Muslim Tourists


(Tokyo-News Halal- Rajab 6, 1438H) South Korea and Japan striving to attract more and more Muslim tourists by introducing Halal Foods and Services compatible to Muslim visitor’s demand. In a bid to attract larger numbers of Muslim tourists Japan is restructuring its tourist industry so that it can better serve the specific needs of Muslims.

Diversifying South Korea’s repertoire of visitors, the Korea Tourism Organization is planning to attract 1.2 million tourists from Muslim countries this year, up from what was roughly 980,000 in 2016.
Last year’s number was a 33-percent increase from 2015. Of the visitors, 740,000 were from Asia, largely Malaysians and Indonesians; 160,000 were from countries in the Middle East; and 80,000 came from other regions including the Americas and Africa.

The KTO is hoping to achieve a new milestone by building more halal restaurants in the country.

The project, dubbed Muslim Friendly Korea, will bring up the number of Muslim-friendly restaurants to 170 from 135. Four certifications for halal restaurants here exist – halal certified, self-certified, Muslim friendly, and pork-free. Owners can apply to the KTO ( to have their restaurant officially recognized as a halal-friendly venue.

The organization turinover started receiving new applications on Monday, a process that will continue until April 28, and will hold information sessions across the country during the period.

It also published a handbook to better host Muslim tourists for local governments and the tourism industry that includes information on the Muslim tourism market, halal foods, prayer rooms, and emerging trends in Islamic countries.

Throughout the year, the KTO will operate business-to-business consulting booths for local tourism companies at exhibitions and international fairs, including the Middle East International Exhibition planned for April, and the Indonesia Islamic Expo in October.

In September, the organization will host the Halal Restaurant Week to promote Korean-style halal food for Muslim visitors, with food tasting events and cooking sessions with Muslim chefs.

The importance of the Muslim Travel market segment is being realized by numerous countries around the world, with many deciding to embrace Halal Tourism. While the number of Muslim tourists to Japan is still low but the figures are increasing every year.

Being the host nation of the 2020 Olympics, Japan is expected to see a sharp boost in tourism in the near future. Over 20 million tourist visits are expected during that year, with over 1 million visits from Muslim travelers. Number of Muslim tourists in Japan expected to grow further at an average of 18.7 percent over the course of coming years.

Kuwait to showcase multi-billion dollar tourism plan at Arabic Travel Market T


(Kuwait-NewsHalal-Jumada II 29, 1438H) With ambitions to welcome 440,000 visitors a year by 2024, the government of Kuwait is pressing ahead with multiple plans that will see billions of dollars invested in projects and a further $1 billion budget earmarked to promote the Gulf state over the same period.

Plans are in place to establish a Supreme Commission for Tourism to initiate its tourism strategy as the country prepares to showcase at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2017, which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre 24-27 April.

Arabian Travel Market is the leading, international travel and tourism event in the Middle East for inbound and outbound tourism professionals. ATM 2016 attracted almost 40,000 industry professionals, agreeing deals worth US$2.5bn over the four days.

A number of mega-projects will share the multi-billion dollar development budget, including: Madinat Al Hareer and Silk City, a proposed mega-development in the country’s north; the expansion of Kuwait International Airport, reaching 25 million passenger per year capacity by 2025; and cultural attractions such as Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Islamic Centre.

Simon Press, Senior Exhibition Director, ATM, reportedly said: “Kuwait is evolving into a multifaceted destination with many things to offer both corporate and leisure visitors. The government is making huge investments at a crucial time for the country’s development and, in channeling significant funds into tourism infrastructure, leisure developments and lifestyle destinations, in the long-term Kuwait is telling the world it’s very much open for business.”

According to figures from the World Travel and Tourism Council, travel and tourism investment in Kuwait is set to rise 1.5% per annum over the next ten years to KWD135.6 million in 2027.

The latest Colliers International Kuwait Hospitality Market Snapshot, reports 70% of visitors arrived in Kuwait as corporate travelers in 2016, with the country’s leisure industry comprising only 6% of total arrivals – hotel performance declined 6% overall for the year as a result. Business spending also suffered losses, falling 2.4% over the course of the year.

Key hotel performance indicators showed slight declines in 2016 with ADR down 2.3%, RevPAR down 4.8% and occupancy down 2.6%.

Performance is forecast for strong recovery in 2017 with continued growth to 2026, reaching values of KWD501.3 million. Leisure travel spending is expected rise by 4.5% per annum to KWD1,939.1 million in 2026, following an annual growth rate of 8.7% in 2016.

Press said: “Kuwait is actively working to diversify its guest segmentation and that will be important to securing the projected levels of growth over the coming years. We expect to see a corresponding diversification in hotel stock as more leisure, health and wellness tourists discover the country’s unique offerings.”

This year, ATM will host a number of exhibitors from Kuwait, including the Ministry of Information – Tourism Sector, Holidays Arabia, Kuwait Hotel Owners Association, Kuwait Tourism and Services.

ATM – considered by many industry professionals as a barometer for the Middle East and North Africa tourism sector – witnessed a year-on-year visitor attendance increase of 9% to over 28,500 in 2016, with 2,785 exhibiting companies, signing business deals worth more than US$ 2.5 billion over four days.

ATM 2017 will build on its success with the announcement of an additional hall as Reed Travel Exhibitions looks to add to its record-breaking achievements of 2016.

The role of tourism in reducing poverty discussed at World Tourism Organization Workshop


(Madrid-NewsHalal-Jumada II 29, 1438H) The power of tourism to induce poverty reduction and development constituted the main focus of the United Nation World Tourism Organization, UNWTO Workshop held in Guangdong, China. The workshop was conducted under the framework of the agreement signed between UNWTO and the Chimelong Group in 2016 designed to support sustainable tourism and wildlife protection through tourism.

Raising awareness on the relevance of the tourism sector in the reduction of poverty and promoting knowledge sharing on best practices constitute the major objectives of the Workshop for Poverty Reduction and Tourism Development held in Guangdong. The event takes place in a highly relevant momentum as 2017 is celebrated as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, a global campaign lead by UNWTO.

“Guangdong, one of the top economic hubs in China, is one of the best examples of what is happening in China in terms of the links between site development and tourism and therefore it is a perfect location to conduct this event” said UNWTO Secretary General, Taleb Rifai.

“We sincerely appreciate the agreement with UNWTO that includes a number of initiatives in the field of sustainable tourism and wildlife conservation, which are very much in line with our philosophy ‘Wherever Chimelong goes, the happiness follows’ as our CEO, Su Zhigang highlights,” said Chen Wancheng, President of Guangdong Chimelong Group.

Accounting for 6.3% of GDP, tourism is one of the most important sectors in Guangdong. The province receives more than 300 million domestic tourists annually and around 35 million international tourists.

The workshop included case studies from the UNWTO ST-EP Project Great Himalaya Trail Development Programme, the UNWTO Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories and from activities conducted by Chimelong in the Guangdong Province. Representatives of Provincial Tourist Authorities and Provincial Tourism Organizations, in particular from the Guangdong Province, stakeholders from the private sector and Chinese NGOs attended the event.

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