Islamic banking is also referred to as sharia-compliant banking because banks follow certain restrictions associated with sharia law. For example, lenders cannot charge interest and investors cannot invest in industries like gambling or pornography. In 2005, International Trade Specialist Scott Smith reported that Islamic banking controlled $270 billion in assets in over 25 countries.

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