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Ibrahim, M. H. (2020). Islamic banking and bank performance in Malaysia: an empirical analysis. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 6 (3), pp. 487-502.

“…the competitive environment brought about by the increasing presence of Islamic banking leads the banking system to be more efficient and to experience lower risk. Our results demonstrate the economic importance of Islamic banking presence, particularly in mitigating credit risk. From the results, a one percentage point increase in Islamic banking presence is related to a reduction in non-performing loan ratio of 0.29 percentage points, or more than 7% of average credit risk. These indirect effects would likely inject stability into the banking system.”

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“According to FAO, about 61 percent of the population there was experiencing moderate (including not enough money for healthy food, self-sufficiency problems, having to skip meals) or severe (including no food stocks, entire days without food) food insecurity (FAO's definition). This represents an increase of 9.4 percentage points from 2017, and 4.9 points higher than the first Covid pandemic year.”

Armstrong, M. (May 28, 2024). The State of World Hunger [Digital image]. Retrieved May 31, 2024, from https://ezproxy.inceif.org:2352/chart/27885/change-in-share-experiencing-food-insecurity-by-world-region/

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