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Progress of non-Muslims 'left us in lurch', Malaysia tells Islamic summit

Reuters Thursday, 19 December 2019
Muslim nations need to do more business among themselves, trade in each other's currencies and keep up with non-Islamic countries to stop being left at their mercy, their leaders said on Thursday at a summit boycotted by Saudi Arabia.
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News video: Muslim nations look to gold and bartering to beat sanctions

Muslim nations look to gold and bartering to beat sanctions 01:39

At the end of an Islamic summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's prime minister says several Islamic nations are looking into ways to be self-reliant in order to face the future threat of sanctions. David Doyle reports.

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