Indonesia’s Halal Law Takes Effect, Impacting Products and Services
Oct 30, 2019
Indonesia’s Halal Law requires many consumer products and related services in the country to be Halal-certified from October 17, 2019.
Businesses that need Halal certification must now go to the newly established Halal Products Certification Agency (BPJPH).
While some aspects of the Halal Law are clear, many business leaders are awaiting the issuance of implementing regulations to resolve areas of uncertainty.
As of October 17, 2019, Indonesia' s Halal Product Law (“Halal Law”) came into effect. Many consumer products and related services that enter and are traded in the country must now be Halal-certified, while some products and services will have until 2022 to comply.
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