Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
14-Mar-2008 African Global News
L’autre défi, a ajouté Mohamed VI, ’’réside dans la nécessité de renforcer les fondements de la solidarité islamique par un partenariat économique efficient’’. Selon le roi du Maroc, ce partenariat doit reposer ’’essentiellement sur la dynamisation du commerce inter-islamique, dans la perspective de la création d’une zone de libre échange dans notre espace islamique’’.
12-Nov-2007 New Straits Times
Malaysia and Pakistan have signed a trade pact, Malaysia’s first bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) with a member of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC).
The first World Islamic Economic Forum yesterday called for the establishment of an Islamic common market and floated a series of initiatives to boost business cooperation amongst Muslim nations.
Governments and the private sectors of the member countries of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) should take a qualitative leap to establish an Islamic Free Trade Area (FTA) to overcome obstacles and bottlenecks that hinder the development of trade and investment between member states.
23-Jun-2005 Business Recorder
Muslim nations moved closer to forming a free trade area (FTA) on Monday, with plans to adopt tariff-cutting steps by end-2005 to bridge a gap between oil-rich and poor members of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference.
19-Dec-2004 The Daily Star
Speakers at a business session yesterday said Bangladesh and Malaysia can strike a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) after taking into account the strengths and needs of both these countries.