Fifth International Conference on Islamic Economy postponed
The Fifth International Conference on Islamic Economy, which was to be held from April 21-23 at the Gulf Hotel, is now being postponed to a later date sometime this year. The conference organizing committee will be making due announcements in the local press and informing all the delegates personally about the new dates for the conference.
The conference is to convene under the theme, “Sustainable Development and Islamic Finance in Muslim Countries” and is aimed at providing a forum for local, regional and international economists, bankers and financiers to understand, share and discuss the intricacies of Islamic finance and, also, examine the dynamic nature of Islamic economies and the various problems that it faces.
It is to be jointly organized by the University of Bahrain, Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, International Association for Islamic Economics, United Kingdom. — (menareport.com)
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