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Halal Investment in Sustainable Development Goals

  • Mohd Ma’Sum Billah
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Abstract

This chapter focuses on financing aimed at growing low-income groups. According to World Bank classification, a number of Muslim countries are categorised as low-income economies. As for Malaysia, due to its stimulated economic development in recent years, it is now categorised as an upper-middle group economy. The discussion here will be based on Malaysian data and statistics. Moreover, it will be noted that no matter how strong an economy is, there are always lower income groups that need to be catered for.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mohd Ma’Sum Billah
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  1. 1.Finance, Insurance FinTech and Investment Islamic Economics InstituteKing Abdulaziz UniversityJeddahSaudi Arabia

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