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KUALA LUMPUR, 29 AUGUST 2019 – The OIC International Business Centre, in
collaboration with the Islamic Centre for Development of Trade (ICDT) in Morocco, a
subsidiary organ of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Saudi Arabia,
announced that they have completed all the preparations for the awaited 9th Muslim
World Business and Investment Zone, which will take place from 4-6 September 2019 a
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia.

The annual international trade exhibition and conference is ready to welcome the
exhibitors, conference delegates and speakers, trade buyers and visitors from different
countries around the world. The fundamental goal of the Muslim World Biz is to provide
an avenue for businesses from various industries across the world to connect and to
identify the possible methods of cooperation for mutual benefits.

To accomplish this mission, the Muslim World Biz brings together policymakers,
economists, chief executives, entrepreneurs, academicians and business professionals to
deliberate a number of contemporary issues in order to identify the available
opportunities and predict the possible challenges before formulating strategies to exploit
the first and overcome the latter. As a comprehensive business and investment platform,
the Muslim World Biz consists of multisectoral trade exhibition, specialised conferences
and prestigious award ceremonies.

Every year, thousands of visitors fill the exhibition zone where hundreds of exhibitors
showcase products and services from various industries including trade and investment,
banking and finance, food and beverages, tourism, education, healthcare, property
development, lifestyle and cosmetics and textile. The conference zone comprises a
number of forums and summits, each of which is dedicated to reviewing the latest
updates and presenting new action plans to develop a certain industry. The award
ceremonies honour the contributions of male and female leaders not only to the Islamic
economy but also towards humanity at large.

The Chairman of the Muslim World Biz, Mr Muhammed Raja Talib Bin Dato’ Dr Raja
Mohamad Abdullah, emphasised the importance of introducing new activities every year
to respond to the changing business environment. “We need to be well-aware of all the
factors that affect business operations directly or indirectly so that we could prepare our
strategies to make efficient use of every possible opportunity,” he said. Mr Talib, who is
also the CEO of OIC International Business Centre

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