Malaysia Plans Islamic Bonds for Public to Spur Trade: Video
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Malaysia Plans Islamic Bonds for Public to Spur Trade: Video

Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysia plans to let issuers sell Islamic bonds, known as sukuk, to individual investors that can be traded on the local stock exchange as the government seeks to reverse a 24 percent decline in sales in the world's biggest market for the bonds. Sukuk pays asset returns to comply with the religion's ban on interest. Haslinda Amin reports from Kuala Lumpur for Bloomberg Television. (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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