Shariah guidelines

Comments by delegates attending a conference on Islamic financial services in Luxembourg, suggest that Shariah guidelines present a headache for central bankers.

"Indirectly you are getting a return, but the difference is that this return is not guaranteed. That is our headache in the central bank," said Lebanese Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh.

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