Thomson Reuters unveils findings from Global Islamic Economy Report
The report was made in partnership with the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre (DIEDC) and in collaboration with DinarStandard. It was commissioned by the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre.
“The Islamic economy continues to mature, growing more complex and more stable each passing year,” Majid Al Ghurair, chairman at the Dubai Chamber and board member at the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre, said. “The sector is proving itself to be one of the most viable solutions to the stagnation that is plaguing global markets.”
Al Ghurair noted that the Global Islamic Economy Summit will play a productive role, bringing together key decision makers in one event to exchange knowledge and insights. By working on a united front, all involved can drive the sector forward and achieve strong economic growth.
“For the fourth consecutive year, the State of the Global Islamic Economy Report presents new facts that further strengthen our conviction in Islamic economy’s ethical and regulatory framework and its ability to drive global economic growth,” Abdulla Al Awar, CEO of Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre, said.