The high rate of unemployment and slow economic growth in most member countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have spotlighted the importance of trade among these countries in fostering inclusive growth in the long run. Many OIC countries share common social and political customs, and own diverse resources and huge populations. Therefore, intra-trade might help reap economies of scale, expand markets, reduce the countries’ dependence on traditional trading partners, and raise their resilience against external shocks. This book comprises of papers written on intra-trade issues highlighting the importance of identifying and removing obstacles to further promote trade among OIC countries. The book analyses a broad spectrum of issues ranging from level of entrepreneurship, problems and prospects of Islamic trade promotion, Islamic common market, costs minimization, business incubators, halal business, exchange rate fluctuations, real estate investment, and others. The book also provides recommendations for governments and policymakers to design policies to support trade promotion, business incubators, entrepreneurs, and sustainable economic development among OIC countries.