Islamic Growth Markets Investment Report 2015 by Thomson Reuters
The Islamic Growth Markets Investment Report 2015 presents a ground-breaking view of looking at investment opportunities across the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries (57 member mostly Muslim majority.) Focused on fast growing consumer driven sector clusters of Food, Retail, Tourism, Health and others, as well as government spending driven infrastructure & construction, the Report addresses a gap of looking at investment opportunities across the full geographic spectrum of these growth markets and their global value chain.
The Islamic Growth Markets Investment Report 2015 utilizes DinarStandard’s OIC Industry Clustering model (hubs & nodes) to uniquely identify investment opportunities and highlights select real opportunities from Thomson Reuters Investment Monitor.
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Features & Benefits
- Identify the top Islamic growth markets
- Identify real investment/partner opportunities for the Global Islamic Investment Gateway (GIIG) event to support results oriented agenda and outcome
- Highlight key areas of investment opportunities across key Islamic growth markets
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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) (formerly Organization of the Islamic Conference) is the second largest inter-governmental organization after the United Nations which has membership of 57 states spread over four continents. The Organization is the collective voice of the Muslim world and ensuring to safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony among various people of the world. The Organization was established upon a decision of the historical summit which took place in Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco on 12th Rajab 1389 Hijra (25 September 1969) as a result of criminal arson of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
Afghanistan has been a member of the OIC since 1969.
China’s inactivity in Afghanistan is becoming to an end and is more moving towards becoming Afghanistan’s most important mediator
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