Siddiqi, Moin A.
April 2000
Middle East;Apr2000, Issue 300, p37
Focuses on the growth of Islamic funds in Muslim countries. Islamic banking; Influence of equity investment decree on Islamic mutual funds; Rate of Islamic investment markets's expansion; Composition of permissible Islamic portfolio.


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