Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee

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Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Citizens wait outside a bank for the subscription of the third issue of iBonds - which are issued by the government. The government could issue its first Islamic bond later this year. Photo: Dickson Lee
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