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05 December 2019

DIEDC partners with IEI to expand its regional network

The Shari’ah-compliant entities plan to enrich Islamic economy knowledge through training courses and workshops that aim to enhance peoples’ awareness about the pillars and foundations of the Islamic economy.

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by Kudakwashe Muzoriwa

Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre (DIEDC) has partnered with the Islamic Economics Institute (IEI) at King Abdul Aziz University in Saudi Arabia, expanding its network of strategic partners in the GCC region.

DIEDC stated that the partnership opens doors for the exchange of knowledge and experience in the Islamic economy between the two entities, in addition to coordinating their efforts in launching initiatives focused on Islamic finance and the Islamic economy.

Additionally, the agreement establishes a solid infrastructure for collaboration and creates a comprehensive framework for the implementation of initiatives that reinforce the principles of the Islamic economy.

The Islamic Economics Institute at King Abdulaziz University seeks to develop the Islamic economic system through strengthening scholarship capabilities and practical applications of Islamic economy and the provision of educational and training programmes.

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