Goffe, Leslie
October 2001
Middle East;Oct2001, Issue 316, p30
Reports the inability of Muslims to participate in conventional financial transactions in the U.S. Growth of Islam in the country; Move of companies on providing financial services to Muslims in line with Islamic religious practices; Establishment of the Islamic housing finance model by the company Freddie Mac.


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