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13.8.09

The view from Riyadh: Fictitious Murabaha

A short editorial piece (in Arabic) courtesy of Al-Eqtisadiah that collects a range of points of view regarding Murabaha structures. In particular, they explore the what they term factious/fictitious murabaha activities undertaken by brokers. It is followed by an interview with Aznan Hasan on the same issue.
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