Food and beverage leads Muslim spend by category, at $1.24 trillion, followed by clothing and apparel at $254 billion, media and entertainment at $198 billion, travel at $169 billion, and spending on pharmaceuticals and cosmetics at $83 billion and $57.4 billion respectively.

Malaysia continues to lead the Global Islamic Economy Indicator, followed by the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Access the full report to find out:

  • Results for the Global Islamic Economy Indicator;
  • Market size figures;
  • Drivers of the global Islamic economy;
  • Social media listening;
  • Sectorby-sector analysis of the seven major Islamic economy sectors; and
  • Islamic finance outlook.