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Doing Islamic business in Russia
by Emma Simpson
Tatarstan has discovered a new money-making opportunity: providing services to its Muslim community.
The majority of its inhabitants are Muslims. After the suppression of religion during the Soviet Union, Tatarstan is now rediscovering its Islamic roots - and seeking closer ties with other Muslim countries, in the Middle East or South East Asia.
Russia's first logistics hub for halal products (products that comply with Islamic purity laws) has just opened in Kazan.
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