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Africa

Islamic Banking in Ethiopia Offers Muslims Financial Inclusion

It's afternoon in Addis Ababa's bustling Bole Michael district, and businesswoman Hukun Aden Mohammed is doing a brisk trade. The 45-year-old, single mother of...

New IRTI Report Highlights Outlook And Prospects of Djibouti’s Islamic Financial...

The Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group today released an Islamic Finance country report on the Republic...

Financial Literacy Campaigns a Boost to the Islamic Finance Industry

The Islamic financial (IF) institutions in Kenya continue to grow in numbers and outreach. The banking sector is relatively well developed considering the three...

Capital Market Stakeholders Call on FG To Pursue Urgent Growth Reforms

Stakeholders in the Nigerian Capital Market have called on the Federal Government to make urgent reforms that will drive economic growth in Nigeria. This was...

More Firms Eye $60tn Green Bond Market for Project Funding

With the rising appetite for green bonds, more Nigerian companies are preparing to take advantage of this financing instrument to fill their funding gaps,...

Nigeria Seeks Concessional Loans to Tame Debt-Service Costs

Nigeria may have about the best-performing Eurobonds in emerging markets this year, but the West African nation says it will prioritize borrowing from concessional...