What’s in it for Me? A Primeron Differences between Islamic and Conventional Finance in Malaysia
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KeywordsMalaysia; International financial markets; Islamic banks; conventional banks; Sukuk; bond; bonds; islamic finance; Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy;
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