Martin, Josh
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p32
Focuses on factors that attract entrepreneurs of Islamic nations to invest in the U.S despite legal and political threats to these investments. Popular targets in the U.S for overseas Islamic investors; Role of Shari'ah-compliant Islamic investment vehicles in encouraging investment in the U.S; Reasons why Arab investors are making their overseas portfolios more Islamic.


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