The Establishment of The Asean Halal Certification Agencies: The Initial Strategies For The Uniformity of Halal Certification in Asean
Keywords:halal certification, system registration halal certification, the ASEAN economic community, the Halal Label
Objective: ASEAN is a single market and production base, where unity occurs free flow of goods, services, capital, investment and production, as well as the elimination of tariffs for trade between ASEAN countries are the reality that is not subject to bargain ASEAN countries especially Indonesia. ASEAN goods in the free trade raise concerns in the Muslim community in Indonesia and other ASEAN countries regarding the halal state of products from abroad. They need to be certified using standars terms, labels and registration procedures.
Methods: This current research applies a normative juridical method that includes investigation of positive law inventory, research on legal principles and in-concreto law research, systematic research of the law, research of legal history and comparison of law. The data used in this research is secondary data in the form of primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials. The nature of this research is analytical descriptive, i.e., making a systematic empirical analysis about facts. including describing rules and policies
Conclusion: This descriptive and analytical research explores the halal certification system with a single application in which employers (registrars) can register for halal certification in the country of origin to obtain halal certification in ASEAN and selected countries with their respective halal logos. Furthermore, it should involve catalysts such as the Regional Council of Halal Accreditation for ASEAN countries which requested listing.
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