ISTISNA SUKUK PDF
Istisna sukuk are certificates that carry equal value and are issued with the aim of mobilizing the funds required for producing products that are owned by the. The same type of contract applies to sukuk. In a mudaraba sukuk, the sukuk holders are the silent partners, who don’t participate in the management of the. Istisna sukuk structures have been widely accepted for manufacturing and construction financing purposes. This paper looks at the structural development of.
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