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Capital allocation to Muslim-majority nations historically was limited to resource extraction, whether fossil fuels in the Gulf or palm oil in the Southeast Asia. The rise of services and manufacturing industries, however, has upended that antiquated view. Among the opportunities, robust returns now pave the way for greater foreign participation in real-estate development.

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