La finance islamique en rade à Bruxelles

La Région bruxelloise voulait attirer des banques islamiques mais le plan du gouvernement n’a rien donné.

Frédéric Chardon
epa01653732 UAE Investor reacts during his following the financial market by watching the screen board at the Dubai Financial Market in gulf emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 03 March 2009. Dubai Financial Market said it made a net loss of 38.06 million euros ($47.92 million US dollars) in the fourth quarter as it booked 250 million dirhams in provisions, missing analyst's forecasts. From another side The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 7,000 points for the first time since 1997 in early trading on Wall Street on 02 March, following stock sell-offs across the globe after American International Group Inc (AIG) reported a 49 billion euros (62 billion US dollars) quarterly loss. EPA/ALI HAIDER
epa01653732 UAE Investor reacts during his following the financial market by watching the screen board at the Dubai Financial Market in gulf emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 03 March 2009. Dubai Financial Market said it made a net loss of 38.06 million euros ($47.92 million US dollars) in the fourth quarter as it booked 250 million dirhams in provisions, missing analyst's forecasts. From another side The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 7,000 points for the first time since 1997 in early trading on Wall Street on 02 March, following stock sell-offs across the globe after American International Group Inc (AIG) reported a 49 billion euros (62 billion US dollars) quarterly loss. EPA/ALI HAIDER ©EPA
Il y a un peu plus d’un an, "La Libre" révélait que la Région bruxelloise se rêvait comme future capitale européenne de la finance islamique. Pour cela, l’ancien ministre régional de l’Economie, Benoît Cerexhe (CDH), avait défini comme priorité d’attirer à Bruxelles des organismes de régulation de la finance islamique...

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