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14 Ottobre 2021



The growth of sharia business continues to move into a new stream of the national economy. Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia, Sugeng said, the sharia economic sector continued to contribute higher growth than the economy in general. "In the second quarter of 2021, the achievements of the halal industry sector such as halal food, fashion, tourism grew 8.2 percent, higher than the national GDP growth of 7.7 percent. Opening of FESyar Jawa, Monday (27/9). Exports of Indonesian halal food products even grew 46.02 percent in the second quarter of 2021 (yoy). Sugeng said this is certainly a source of economic growth and an opportunity for Indonesia to play a more role in the global halal market. At the end of 2020, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) said the pandemic had put pressure on 52 member countries. Disruptions to its halal product supply chain have reduced investment in halal products by 13 percent. "This is an opportunity for Indonesia to increase export penetration, for example in the halal food sector, which in the second quarter of 2020 we sent or exported US$10.4 billion to the global market, growing 46.02 percent annually," he said. Indonesia's high potential creates an urgency to take advantage of these global opportunities. Therefore, efforts to continue to integrate the halal industrial sector from upstream to downstream need to be further improved. Sugeng said that this has always been the fuel for Bank Indonesia to hold the Sharia Economic Festival (FESyar) every year. FESyar as a series of activities towards the Indonesia Sharia Economic Festival (ISEF). After being carried out for the eastern region and Sumatra some time ago, the 2021 Java FESyar will be held on 27 September to 2 October 2021. The activities are carried out in a hybrid, both virtual and physical exhibition at Tunjungan Plaza, East Java. Fesyar Jawa with the theme 'Synergy to Build Sharia Economy Through Digitalization for Economic Recovery'. The series of FESyar Jawa 2021 activities consist of the Sharia Forum, which displays a variety of FESyar Jawa activities. Starting from the Opening Ceremony, Seminar, Talkshow involving figures of Indonesian sharia economic activists, as well as Business Coaching Series for MSMEs. FESyar Jawa 2021 also presents the Sharia Fair, which displays virtual and physical galleries of MSME creative works in the Java area. Starting from Halal Food, Fashion, as well as various achievements of Indonesia's sharia economic development displayed by Indonesian sharia economic activists. Meanwhile, the Sharia Fair FESyar Jawa 2021 provides an opportunity for business actors to take part in Coaching Clinic activities from experts, and business Matching opportunities. Source: (ICE GIACARTA)

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