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The Emergence of Islamic Banking in the UK: A Comparative Study with Muslim Countries

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Islamic banking is a financial phenomenon that has taken many specialists by surprise. In this respect, the uniqueness of Islamic banks comes from their ability to grow fast and extend to non-Muslim financial markets. Therefore, it is crucial to examine the elements that have led to this development, taking into account the differences between the experience of Muslim countries and that of non-Muslim countries, particularly the UK. In addition, it is very important to address how both experiences have interacted with each other.


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Affiliations: 1: PhD Candidate at the Research Centre for Business Law and Practice, School of Law, University of Leeds


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