Jan 22 2013
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Islamic Finance: Robust growth and hidden value- Arabia Monitor publishes new Regional Views report
Sukuk markets had a record year in the primary markets with issuance totalling USD 139B in 2012, a 64.1% YoY increase. We expect demand for sukuk to continue exceeding supply.
The upgrade and development of infrastructure in both the GCC and Asia will continue to provide appealing sukuk investment opportunities, particularly in Saudi Arabia.
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