Thursday 09, May 2013 by Reuters

Pakistan regulator sets up Shari'ah advisory board

Pakistan's securities commission has established a nine-member Shari’ah advisory board to oversee Islamic finance instruments in the world's second most populous Muslim nation, a centralised approach increasingly being adopted elsewhere around the globe.

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