Taxation of Islamic banking transactions
Keywords:Islamic banking, murabahah, tawarruq, ijarah, istisna, salam, musharakah, mudaraba, sukuk, takaful
The paper examines the juridical character of eight common Islamic banking transactions: murabahah, tawarruq, ijarah, istisna, salam, musharakah or mudaraba, sukuk, and takaful. It then compares each Islamic banking product with an equivalent conventional banking product, examines their differences in terms of transaction design, and shows whether these contractual differences result in differential tax treatment.
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