FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPressnews.biz (Press Release) Feb 11, 2015 -- Dubai, UAE, February 11, 2015 -- CEO of FAAIF, Camille Paldi, participates in Gulfood 2015 and the Halal Investment Conference Feb. 10, 2015 in Dubai, UAE. Currently, the halal food products industry stands at $2 trillion worldwide with Muslim countries accounting for $700 billion. The industry is expected to grow to $3.7 trillion in 2019. Currently, the GCC procures US$ 26 billion annually in halal food imports. The CEO of the Islamic Development Economy Development Center in Dubai, Abdullah Al Awar, states that, “the spread of Islamic sectors such as Islamic banking, halal food, fashion, cosmetics, tourism, and other sectors is no longer a matter just for the Muslim world, but now an international phenomenon.” Paldi says that this is a business opportunity, which America and other Western nations should not miss! Paldi notes that there are hundreds of US businesses from the food and beverage industry participating in the mega halal food event along with many Western delegates amongst the approximately 85,000 conference visitors.
|Issued By||:||Camille Paldi|
|Phone||:||+971 (0)56 950 0562|
|Country||:||United Arab Emirates|
|Tags||:||camille paldi, faaif, Islamic Finance, gulfood 2015, halal investment conference|
|Last Updated||:||Feb 11, 2015|
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