Comparative Analysis: Islamic Banking Products and Services in Different Countries
This chapter presents a comparative analysis of Islamic banking products and services across major Islamic banking jurisdiction in the world. The chapter further provides similarity and dissimilarity in functions, principles, products and services in Islamic banks across major Islamic banking hub. The chapter discusses Islamic Banking evolution in major jurisdictions in Asia, such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Pakistan, and Australia. One key future of the chapter is the updated data and statistics for all countries under discussion.
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