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The main sectors of the Islamic Economy are food and beverages , finance and banking, family-friendly travel, fashion and clothing, cosmetics and personal care, pharmaceuticals and media and recreation. Find out more about each sector and how they inter-connect.

  • Islamic Finance

    Today, Islamic finance is used in 60 countries and is an ethical, stable and viable financial system that is growing faster than conventional finance. The biggest markets are in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

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  • Fashion

    Fashion

    The Islamic fashion industry is worth more than $200 billion worldwide. Islamic fashion is more than just modest attire. The sector is increasingly aligning itself with end-to-end Islamic teachings that condemn unfair and unethical business practices.

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    Halal Food

    Halal food & beverages are produced and sold by countries from Australia to the USA and which range from meat and poultry to non-meat foods to micro ingredients to flavourings and colourings. The industry shares many values with other Abrahamic religions and the ethical food industry, which are aligning itself with Islamic teachings that condemn unfair and unethical business practices.

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Global Islamic Economy

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Global Islamic Economy Definition

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Islamic Economy Drivers

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