The Japan Times to Participate as a Media Partner at the World Halal Conference 2019

2019年3月18日 11時00分

World Halal Conference 2019

Tokyo, Mar.18, 2019 — The Japan Times, Ltd. (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Representative: Takeharu Tsutsumi) is pleased to announce a media partnership with World Halal Conference 2019.

Now in its 11th year, the event is a thought leadership platform that brings together heads of governments, academia and captains of industry to explore and deliberate on challenges relating to the development of the halal economy.

Through this strategic media partnership, the Halal Industry Development Corporation — WHC 2019's organizer — aims to further promote Malaysia as a global halal hub and the annually held World Halal Conference to the Japanese market and to The Japan Times readers; an audience that consists of high-level management, businesspeople in and outside Japan and senior government officials.

We will also promote The Japan Times as the go-to source for the latest news and analysis on current events in Japan and the world to attendees of this conference.

World Halal Conference 2019 Website

About World Halal Conference 2019:
WHC 2019 is organized by the Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) and hosted by Ministry of Economic Affairs, Malaysia. The conference and parallel sessions will be held across two days from April 3 to 4, 2019 on Level 1 of the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

About The Japan Times:
As the nation’s oldest English-language newspaper, with a history dating to 1897, The Japan Times is committed to providing news and analysis of the current state of events in Japan and the world through its reporting of the news about politics, business, culture, society and sports.

Press-related enquiries:
The Japan Times, Ltd.
Ms. Sasaki, Corporate Affairs Management



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