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Tatarstan to collaborate with Malaysia on Islamic banking

Tatarstan to collaborate with Malaysia on Islamic banking

(11 January 2013 – Malaysia) Malaysia is set to help The Republic of Tatarstan explore Islamic banking with possible collaboration at government level. According to Malaysia's Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman, they have discussed with Tatarstan representatives and feels there is great potential for Tatarstan and Malaysia to work to collaborate in Islamic banking.

'Besides that, the republic is keen to work closely with Malaysia in oil and gas, infrastructure, energy and manufacturing of helicopters. They have urged us to look further into this,' he told reporters after receiving a courtesy call from Tatarstan President, Rustam Minnikhanov, at Wisma Putra, on Tuesday.

Minnikhanov leads a delegation of 40 businessmen, and education and government officials for a three-day official visit to Malaysia.
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