During 2013, Dubai announced its vision to be the capital of the Islamic economy. Islamic principles play an essential role today in the global business environment. The size of the Islamic economy has reached about 2.3 trillion US dollars, with a growth in the Muslim population that has reached 1.6 billion people.

In support of this vision, The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry seeks, through one of its strategies, to promote and support the growth of the Islamic economy globally. In line with this strategy and under the generous patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai – may God preserve him – the Chamber, in cooperation with Thomson Reuters, launched the World Islamic Economy Summit in 2013.

This summit introduced the concept of a coherent Islamic economy to all the people of the world. This annual summit has become a platform for more than 2,000 decision makers and business leaders to network and discuss important issues affecting the seven pillars of the Islamic economy: Islamic finance, and halal industries, halal tourism, Islamic digital economy, Islamic arts, Islamic standards and certificates, and Islamic teachings.

From 11-12 October 2016, Dubai will host the third session of the World Islamic Economy Summit. Where the summit will focus on social responsibility, the concept of endowments and the principles of charitable work as a basis for commercial activities.

  • During 2013, Dubai announced its vision to be the capital of the Islamic economy.
  • Islamic principles play an essential role today in the global business environment
  • The size of the Islamic economy is about 2.3 trillion US dollars
  • With a growth in the Muslim population, it reached 1.6 billion people.

In support of this vision, The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry seeks, through one of its strategies, to promote and support the growth of the Islamic economy globally. In line with this strategy and under the generous patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai – may God preserve him – the Chamber, in cooperation with Thomson Reuters, launched the World Islamic Economy Summit in 2013.

This summit introduced the concept of a coherent Islamic economy to all the people of the world. This annual summit has become a platform for more than 2,000 decision makers and business leaders to network and discuss important issues affecting the seven pillars of the Islamic economy: Islamic finance, and halal industries, halal tourism, Islamic digital economy, Islamic arts, Islamic standards and certificates, and Islamic teachings.

From 11-12 October 2016, Dubai will host the third session of the World Islamic Economy Summit. Where the summit will focus on social responsibility, the concept of endowments and the principles of charitable work as a basis for commercial activities.

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