Implementation Government Regulations Number 31 of 2019 Accelerates Halal Product of Indonesian Excelled on the World Stage

Chotib, Moch. and Safira, Martha Eri and Maulidia, Rohmah (2022) Implementation Government Regulations Number 31 of 2019 Accelerates Halal Product of Indonesian Excelled on the World Stage. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS, 5 (11). pp. 3139-3149. ISSN ISSN(print): 2643-9840, ISSN(online): 2643-9875

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Many developed countries with a majority of non-Muslim population have advanced to introduce the country as a
country supporting halal products, which are good from food products, medicines, cosmetics and tourism products. Businesses in
Indonesia must learn from the majority of non-Muslim countries such as Thailand, South Korea, Mexico, Japan and Spain.
Demographically the Muslim population in the country is relatively minimal, but the awareness of businesses towards the needs
of the global industry is very high. Lately, halal products are considered as a very potential market. The existence of Law Number
33 of 2014 concerning Halal Product Guarantee and regulated in Government Regulation Number 31 of 2019 concerning
certification of halal products, is a breath of fresh air for the acceleration of halal products in Indonesia to be able to compete on
the world stage. Indonesia has natural diversity that can be promoted for halal and cultural tourism with a variety of foods and
tastes manifested in a variety of typical snacks products that number in the thousands. Referring to BPS data, the food and
beverage industry is one of the reliable manufacturing sectors. The important role of this strategic sector can be seen from its
consistent and significant contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) over the past five years. This number is predicted to
increase along with the awareness of business actors to register their halal legalization. This study aims to see the Indonesian
people have legal awareness to use halal products to support the halal industry in Indonesia and see the awareness of businesses
in Indonesia that halal products in the industrial era 4.0 is now a must. With the PP No. 31 of 2019 apparently not all business
operators in Indonesia have registered their products to have halal label certification.

Item Type: Journal Article
Subjects: 14 ECONOMICS > 1402 Applied Economics > 140213 Public Economics- Public Choice
Divisions: Fakultas Syariah > Jurusan Hukum Ekonomi Syariah
Depositing User: Perpustakaan IAIN Ponorogo
Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2023 07:59
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2023 07:59

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