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Malaysia pushes halal exports as answer to global 'undersupply'

A booth at the Malaysian International Halal Showcase in Kuala Lumpur on April 1

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia's exports of halal-certified goods are on the rise, and the government believes there is plenty of room for growth.

     The Southeast Asian country exported 39 billion ringgit ($10 billion) worth of such products in 2015, up from 37.7 billion ringgit the previous year, the government said on Wednesday.

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