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‘RM5 million fine for misleading consumers with halal status’

PUTRAJAYA: Any corporate body found guilty of trying to mislead consumers with halal status can be fined of up to RM5 million, said Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) director-general Datuk Mohamad Nordin Ibrahim. In a statement yesterday, he said it was based on the Trade Descriptions (Halal Definition) Order 2011. “If an offence is committed by [ ]

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