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Indonesia - Juridical Aspects of Issuance of Halal Certification in Indonesia


Jun 06, 2024

Business activities in Islam are controlled by the rules of sharia, namely about halal and haram, both from how to obtain property and how to utilize it. These rules and principles of halal and haram do not exist in business activities outside of other than Islam. Economically, the potential of the JPH Law is very large. Especially in the global indicators of the Islamic economy, published by the State of the Global Islamic economy Report (GIER) 2018/19. Malasyia and the UAE scored 127 and 89. They are far superior
to Bahrain (65), Saudi Arabia (54), Oman (51), Jordan, Qatar, and Pakistan (49), Kuwait (46), and IndonesiaB(45) Even in particular, Indonesia is said to have made a leap so that it is included in the ranks of the top 10 (ten) countries that play a role in the Islamic economy in the world.The method used in this legal research is normative juridical legal research method, which only uses library data. While the nature of the research is discriftive, which describes the legal norms and legislation relating to the Juridical Aspects of Halal Certification Authority in Indonesia. The results of research conducted on the Juridical Aspects of Halal Certification Authority in Indonesia are concluded, Prior to the enactment of Law Number 33 of 2014 concerning Halal Product Guarantee in juridical aspects, several shifts in halal certification arrangements had occurred. Among others, in 1967, Haram Labeling became the authority of the Government of Indonesia.


Author(s):  Harahap, S. B., Saragih, A., & Siregar, B. J.

Published in: Journal Of Social Science Research

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