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01.03.2018 13:28

Managing Director of Halal International Tourism visited Uzbekistan

Today, products produced under the Halal logo are represented in countries such as the European Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, China, India, Latin America, New Zealand and Thailand.

Approximately 1,8 billion (24 percent) of the world’s population are Muslims. This also ensures an increase in demand for products produced under the Halal logo.

On the basis of the Resolution of the President “On additional measures of supporting domestic exporters of fruits and vegetables, grapes, melons, legumes, as well as dried vegetables and fruits”, the adoption of “Halal” standard by “Uzstandard” agency for the convenience of entrepreneurs creates a basis for the visit of foreign experts in our country, quality and safety of products manufactured by businessmen of Uzbekistan on the highest standards.

In particular, on February 26, 2018, the Managing Director of Halal International Tourism, Thomas Guerrero from Spain visited Uzbekistan on the initiative of the State Committee on Development of Tourism and met with the leadership of the Committee. Within the framework of the meeting, a workshop on “Halal tourism” was organized for members of the Committee and representatives of its organizations. This was reported by the Press Service of the State Committee on Development of Tourism of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Thomas Guerrero is the Director on strategic consulting and cultural intelligence of Horwath HTL, the Head of Madrid Office at the Spain Halal Institute, the Managing Director of Halal International Tourism, the Associate Researcher at the IE-Sovereign Wealth Lab of IE Business School, the IADB consultant, the young leader of WIEF, SovereigNET Research Affiliate at Tufts University’s Fletcher School, Senior Lawyer for Spain and Latin America at Dinar Standard and PhD candidate at the University of Carlos III in Madrid, specializes in the halal industry, sovereign wealth funds and border markets.

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