Coined by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai in 2013 as the capital of the Islamic Economy in the world, Dubai has caused a historic stir in the Arab and Islamic world. Therefore, proving that the policies of openness and free market economy of the state are similar to economic sectors across the globe.
Dubai's economic model for the UAE, lays down integrated solutions, ingredients to rapid growth, states the absorption capacity, scope of development and a strong foundation to assume the state's regional, and global economic potential thereby positioning the state as a secure prominent hub for business, trade, finance and other opportunities.
Over the years, Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology has necessitated the provision of quality infrastructure, monitored the activity of credit through development, sustainability, ensured compatibility and met requirements of international practices, and procedures with the demands of the region. Following Dubai's achievement during the last economic and social period, it has now resurfaced with refined objectives to preserve the predominant goals and continue to value the efforts of physical investments provided by the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology.
To achieve this vision, Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology has taken prior measurements. Issued by the 19 Council of Ministers Resolution No.10 of the national legislative system for Halal products in January 2014; the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology has now introduced a special 'Emirati system' for the control of Halal products. This system comprises of basic elements pertaining to Halal products, destination certificates and accreditation bodies such as the Halal certification mark that constitutes the optimal model to ensure the sequence of processing, and obtaining Halal products.
This legislative system opens up new ventures for understanding and applying appropriate applications for Arab specifications. This system also applies to all partners, public and private sectors within the state.