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Islamic finance

19 Jun 2019
The Nigerian Stock Exchange says it will continue to work with market stakeholders to ensure the development of a robust Islamic finance sector as it presents opportunities for enhancing the country's economic fortunes. CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa caught up with Jude Chiemeka, Head of Trading Business Division at the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

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