خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
أكد "عابدين ونكوان" - مدير البنك الإسلامي في "تايلاند" - أن الدولة تحتاج لعمل دراسات للتعرف على طبيعة الحياة الإسلامية، وذلك لجذب الاستثمارات الإسلامية، وتوفير سوق مالي يقوم على أسس المعاملات الإسلامية.
وجاءت تلك التصريحات في حلقة نقاشية أُقيمت بالغرفة التجارية؛ حيث تناولت موضوع السياسات الاستثمارية للدول الإسلامية، وضرورة التعرف على طبيعة الدول الإسلامية للمستثمرين التايلانديين الراغبين في الاستثمار فيها، وهذا إضافة إلى مشاركة "تايلاند" في سوق المنتجات الحلال وسيرها في طريق تقديم سوق للمنتجات الطبية الحلال أيضًا؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
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Thais urged to attract Muslim cash
Thais need to study the Muslim way of life as Islamic investors are increasingly looking East, says Islamic Bank of Thailand's manager. Abidin Wunkwan said the Thai market offers huge potential for Islamic investors, and Thailand could become a worthwhile market for them. But if they are to attract such investments, Thais need to study the Muslim way of life, something they have failed to do so far, he said. Mr Abidin was speaking at a seminar at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce yesterday. The seminar focused on the investment policies of Islamic countries in Asean. Many argued that even though Muslims make up a large percentage of the Asean community, they are often overlooked. The Asean community is set to fully integrate into a single market on Dec 31, 2015. Mr Abidin warned that neighbouring states, notably Cambodia, have started a campaign to attract Islamic investors and significant investments from Islamic countries have poured into their market. They began building new mosques and aiding Muslim communities, appealing to a large number of Islamic investors. Saudi Arabia, rich in oil but lacking in food security, has invested in vegetable farming in Cambodia. If more attention is placed on Muslim communities, such investments could also flow to Thailand, given its background agriculture, he said. Another important aspect of luring potential Muslim investors is to focus on the production of Halal goods and services. Halal refers to goods or actions permissible to use under Islamic law. Thailand produces Halal products, but it is yet to have a company which supplies the goods internally and overseas. Thailand is on the way to becoming a Halal medical hub, with leading hospitals such as Bumgrungrad. However, more investment may be needed as they are facing fierce competition from Malaysia. Thai businessmen looking to invest in Islamic countries must also understand the Muslim people, said Mukti Fajar Nur Dewata from Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakart, another seminar speaker.
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