Malaysia puts pressure on Seoul to allow ‘Sukuk’ transactions

The Malaysian government’s recent encouragement of Korean financial institutions to issue “sukuk” instead of ringgit-denominated bonds is part of the country’s aim to foster a strong Islamic financial hub.
They want to develop an Islamic financial market, so they give tax exemptions for bond holders and sukuk holders here.

Malaysia puts pressure on Seoul to allow ‘Sukuk’ transactions

The Malaysian government’s recent encouragement of Korean financial institutions to issue “sukuk” instead of ringgit-denominated bonds is part of the country’s aim to foster a strong Islamic financial hub.
They want to develop an Islamic financial market, so they give tax exemptions for bond holders and sukuk holders here.

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