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The real nature of wealth and property.
Impairment, Credit Losses and Onerous Commitments
Waqfs During The Turkish Republic. Direct Investment and Islamic Syndication.
Growth of Employment in Pakistan. Malaysia Planning for Growth and Equity: Decline of the Ottoman Cash Waqfs. Geographical Spread of IFIs.
Islamic Money and Banking: Zakah and Ushr System: Business Practices of Islamic Banks. Free Trade as Imperialism. Essentials Three Levels of Aapifi By using this site, you agree to this use. Pricing for Cash and Credit Sales. Foreign Branches of Pakistani Banks. Capitalist View Factors of Production: Interest Riba in Islam. Cash Waqfs in Malaysia and Singapore.
Other Measures to Tackle Poverty. The Origins of Waqf. Salam and Istisna — Background.
Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions
Experience of Islamic Banks: Capitalist Accumulation or Globalization. Theory of Islamic Economic: Going Back to the Basics with Islamic Finance. Region and the Hudood Ordinances. Hanafi Position Cash Waqf: Implementation of Hudood Ordinances. The Contemporary Scene of Economics. A Summary on Poverty Alleviation Seminar.
Social Integration with Cultural Diversity: Positive Time Preference as Basis for Discounting. Al-Hawala Endorsement of Debt.
Riba Al Fadl – Explained. Ottoman Case Cash Waqfs: The Problem with Interest. Emergence of Islamic Banks.
Legal and Practical Constraints: Aaoifi of Funds of Islamic Banks.
Origins of International Law. Hence, the unique requirements of Islamic financial institutions were not being met. Development of Modem International Law in the West.