Top Islamic bankers meeting in Bali

The Islamic world's top central bankers are meeting in Bali to tackle problems ranging from personnel to paperwork that hinder Islamic banking.

The three-day meeting opened on Wednesday 31 March and is organised by the Islamic Financial Services Board, an international body that sets industry standards in accordance with Sharia rules.

Participants at the Bali meeting include monetary authorities from Bahrain, Brunei, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabi

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