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Despite varying estimates of market size, dealers insist there is solid interest from corporates and institutional investors for Islamic derivatives products, which has translated into a number of pioneering trades. Nevertheless, some participants suggest the lack of a standardised sharia derivatives contract - equivalent to the International Swaps and Derivatives Association master agreement for conventional instruments - is an impediment to the overall development of the market.

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