Competition, and voluntary exchange between buyers and sellers define a free market. It is the free flow of goods with little or no government intervention.

What does the Quran say about a market-oriented economy operating on the principles of private property and free movement of goods and people?

Join Islam Liberty Network CEO Ali Salman on Sunday, 27 May 2018 9 p.m. (GMT +8) in the webinar “Building an Islamic Case of Open Market,” and find out how Islam creates economic opportunities. Register here.

Salman is also the acting CEO and Director of Research at IDEAS, a libertarian think tank based in Malaysia, and which is a member of EFN Asia.

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