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Islamic Microfinance Report - IDLO

A rather recent report (February 2009) authored by Allen & Overy giving an overview of Islamic microfinance for the International Development Law Organisation (IDLO), with an interesting review of microfinance initiatives across the Middle East and Southeast Asia (from Pakistan all the way to Indonesia). The report goes on to provide a review of basic Islamic law principles governing the provision of Islamic finance products and services (including a brief anlaysis of "Defaulting on Personal Debt in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia").

Allen & Overy LLP
International Development Law Organisation (IDLO)
February 2009


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