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UAE government to offer Islamic products in Australia.

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government is planning to offer its services in Australia.

A fact-finding mission of the UAE government, the 'Islamic Financial Services Mission', has left for Australia in order to explore the possibilities of Islamic financial products in the country.

The Dubai Export Development Corporation (EDC) has introduced the initiative in association with the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade). The Islamic Financial Services Mission would try to influence changes in Australia's regulatory, tax and accounting system and also create awareness about Dubai as a world-class financial centre.

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Date:Jun 23, 2009
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