The Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK) has launched a nationwide campaign to encourage the development of Indonesia’s still shallow Shariah-compliant capital market with new initiatives and regulations.

A roadmap, new and revised regulations as well as incentives and campaigns to raise awareness are in the pipeline for the Shariah capital market. The regulator declared the year 2015 as “the year of Shariah capital market” in the world’s largest Muslim country. However, interest in Shariah finance remains relatively low.

This is yet another example of how the free market does not support Shariah, but centralized economies push it anyway…



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