The introduction of these new important developments for the global Halal world was announced by the director of the Gulf Countries Standardization Institute, Dr. Mr. Babil Mulla. During the Conference several kinds of technical analyses have been examined, and the final decision was that Kuwait's accreditation standards will be applied to the Halal sector as well. 

By now, a continuous evolution of our lifestyles and habits - not simply for food - is underway: this process has inevitably led to the development of new industries and the introduction of new food, cosmetic, etc. products. On the basis of this process, the Gulf Cooperation Council will be devoted to create a unique Halal standard for all the Gulf countries.

In order to fully understand the importance of such innovation, you can find a brief history of the Gulf Cooperation Council: it was founded on May 25th, 1981 thanks to the backing of both Saudi Arabia and the United States and it is essentially a socio-economic organization. The Council is made up of the following Arab Gulf countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.

The staple purpose of the Council is to establish a common market in the Gulf area, by being concerned with and assuring the political and economic stability of the area, along with the harmonization of the financial systems of its members. In this sense the Halal innovation can play a huge role in the creation of common regulations for all the countries involved and thus giving birth to a leading thread in the global Halal world, apt to be implemented in Italy and Europe as well. 

And the Halal International Authority (HIA) will give its valuable contribution in steadily keeping updated the experts of the Kuwait Institute: in this sense, the HIA President, Dr. Prof. Eng. Sharif Lorenzini, affirmed that "our contribution, together with that of the Council, will help not only to simplify and remove the critical situations still present in the sector of Halal Certification, but will also be profitable for the Italian entrepreneurs who are willing to do business in the Eastern markets". Moreover, Dr. Lorenzini added that "to set international common standards for the Halal Certification will entail the penetration in new markets and consequently new economic opportunities for Italy's recover from the economic crisis".

In order to fully understand the importance of such innovation, you can find a brief history of the Gulf Cooperation Council: it was founded on May 25th, 1981 thanks to the backing of both Saudi Arabia and the United States and it is essentially a socio-economic organization. The Council is made up of the following Arab Gulf countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.

The staple purpose of the Council is to establish a common market in the Gulf area, by being concerned with and assuring the political and economic stability of the area, along with the harmonization of the financial systems of its members. In this sense the Halal innovation can play a huge role in the creation of common regulations for all the countries involved and thus giving birth to a leading thread in the global Halal world, apt to be implemented in Italy and Europe as well. 

And the Halal International Authority (HIA) will give its valuable contribution in steadily keeping updated the experts of the Kuwait Institute: in this sense, the HIA President, Dr. Prof. Eng. Sharif Lorenzini, affirmed that "our contribution, together with that of the Council, will help not only to simplify and remove the critical situations still present in the sector of Halal Certification, but will also be profitable for the Italian entrepreneurs who are willing to do business in the Eastern markets". Moreover, Dr. Lorenzini added that "to set international common standards for the Halal Certification will entail the penetration in new markets and consequently new economic opportunities for Italy's recover from the economic crisis".

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