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Islamic Banking and Its Potential Impact

Risk Management : Islamic Financial Policies
Islamic Banking and Its Potential Impact
Thomas A. Timberg
Nathan Associates, Inc.

"Indonesia, with the world’s largest population of Muslims, has come to Islamic or shariah banking fairly late. Many of Indonesia’s Muslim leaders do not believe that commercial interest in its modern form is prohibited, although others do. After some false starts, Islamic financial institutions are developing rapidly and have the enthusiastic support of many young people and intellectuals. The work of the Shariah Bureau of Bank Indonesia demonstrates that Indonesia, especially in particular parts of the country, has considerable unmet demand for Islamic banking."


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