Finance: An Islamic Perspective
Islamic finance was practiced predominantly in the Muslim world throughout the Middle Ages, fostering trade and business activities with the development of credit.In Spain and the Mediterranean and Baltic States, Islamic merchants became indispensable middlemen for trading activities.In fact, many concepts, techniques, and instruments of Islamic finance were later adopted by European financiers and businessmen. The aim of this research work is to examine the finance as an Islamic Perspective.
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