Department of Islamic Development Malaysia ( 6388)

Also Known As JAKIM

  • Malaysia

Last Updated On 27 August 2018

Fast Facts

Country Malaysia
Ownership Type Government
Company Type Non-Corporate Entity
Principal Activities JAKIM is an accreditation and authoritarian body that examines, certifies and regulates all food and consumer products applicable to Muslims in an efficient and effective manner so as to guarantee purity and halal certification in accordance with Islamic principles.
Date of Establishment Year 1997
Sector (Definitions) Industry ( Expand All Collapse All )
Governmental Institutions

  • Regulatory Authorities - Other

Certification, Regulation & Rating

Islamic Economy Related Yes

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