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Opinion: Fashion’s Missed Muslim Market Opportunity

By Robin Mellery-Pratt Socio-economic and political developments, aided by the connectivity of the Internet, have galvanised a newly emergent Muslim consumer demographic, creating significant, if complex, opportunities for international fashion brands. LONDON, United Kingdom — Muslim fashion. Simply juxtaposing these ...

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Opinion: China aims to change perceptions of halal

By Qindexing, China Daily Estimated at around 1 to 2 percent of the population, Muslims are very much in the minority in China and concentrated in regions including Ningxia Hui autonomous region, Gansu province, Qinghai province and Xinjiang. Uygur autonomous region. Yet ...

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Opinion: Islamic economy – leap of faith

By Dr Jonathan A.J. Wilson Senior Lecturer & Course Leader in Advertising & Marketing Communications Management The Islamic economy is rising rapidly as a major economic paradigm driving growth in the post-crisis world and Dubai is quickly becoming a key ...

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Opinion: Consuming passions

Muslim consumers are looking beyond the traditional religious stipulations on meat and finance. Time to have fun “EVEN in Mecca and Medina people have intercourse,” says Abdelaziz Aouragh, a Dutch Muslim who runs a “sensuality shop” (not a “sex shop”, ...

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