Minimal state support needed to boost Malaysia’s Islamic digital economy agenda

Mohd Daud Bakar, the executive chairman of global shariah advisory firm Amanie Group and chairman of the Shariah advisory council for Malaysia's central bank.

Malaysia needs to develop a vibrant and holistic blueprint at the national level to build a successful Islamic finance-based digital economy in the country, according to Mohd Daud Bakar, executive chairman of global shariah advisory firm Amanie Group and chairman of the Shariah advisory council for Malaysia’s central bank.

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