Slow but steady growth of sukuk in Africa


Sukuk, the Islamic finance debt instrument worth around $800bn globally, is becoming part of some African countries’ finance-raising landscape. However, despite enormous benefits, especially in infrastructure finance, the pace has been relatively slow. Mushtak Parker explains why.


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