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Kuwait moves forward
North Africa catches up with the world
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Qatar: Increasing profits help Qatar prepare for large-scale projects
India: India’s Shariah indices: A step towards financial inclusion
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Fair and equitable treatment of Islamic investments in Qatar
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As the demand for Islamic banking services grows globally, spending on technology infrastructure will inevitably increase...
The top strategic technology trends for 2013
David Cearley and Carl Claunch of Gartner Research analyze the top strategic technology trends that have the potential to affect individuals, businesses and IT organizations...
Risk management in Takaful
Like any fledgling industry, Takaful has its hands full trying to grapple with the various risks that face this young and alternative form of insurance...
Dana Gas Sukuk restructuring: The first of its kind
Prince Alwaleed has called for the Saudi Arabian stock market to open up to foreign investors outside of ETFs and share-swap deals by foreign investment banks. How will this impact the bond and Sukuk market, and will it encourage secondary market trading?
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