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Retailers not doing enough to tap into £200m British Ramadan economy

Most Muslims believe retailers are not responding to their Ramadan needs which could earn them more than £200m.

Miqdaad Versi, the Muslim Council of Britain’s Assistant Secretary General, believes “the month isn’t necessarily understood” by shops and stores in Britain.  “Muslims are consumers like anyone else and spend more during Ramadan,” he said.

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