Islamic banking: Sharianomics - The Economist

Islamic banking: Sharianomics

Islamic banking: Sharianomics - The Economist
Islamic banking: Sharianomics
Published Aug 14, 2004
394 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Britain's first Islamic bank gets official approval THE scriptural advice is clear: banking will not get you into the Almighty's good books. All three of the Abrahamic religions frown on usury. But while most Christians and Jews long...

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