'Sharia fintech': Startups race to tap Indonesia growth by aligning with Islam

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'Sharia fintech': Startups race to tap Indonesia growth by aligning with Islam

Gandi Iswara for years carried a wad of notes for dropping into donation boxes. Not now.

Like millions of other Indonesians, Gandi Iswara had for years carried a wad of currency notes for dropping into donation boxes after prayers at mosques in suburban Jakarta. From late last year, though, the 35-year-old engineer switched to a more convenient option: whipping out his mobile phone, ...

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