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Debate on prospects of Islamic financing in Tunisia.

TUNIS (TAP) - A debate was held, on Wednesday in Tunis, by the African Development Bank (AfDB) on the prospects of Islamic financing and its development in the North African region. Amen Bank CEO Ahmed Karam said that introducing Islamic financing in Tunisia would complete the existing financial and banking landscape and contribute to the revival of economic growth; it would also encourage saving and attract foreign Islamic investment. He called on the next government to set up a legislative and regulatory framework, one propitious for the development of Islamic finance in Tunisia.

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Publication:Agency Tunis Afrique Press
Date:Dec 14, 2011
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