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Does Islamic banking need tax-break pick-ups to lubricate the sector?

Posted on 01 August 2012

Some of the tax incentives are provided to make Islamic finance competitive with conventional finance, and these should eventually be phased out, so that Islamic finance focuses on its competitiveness and offering customers with a valuable product, rather than developing sophisticated political power to entrench the tax incentives.
On the other hand, incentives that place Islamic and conventional finance on equal footing should be maintained. For example, eliminating double taxation where the structure of an Islamic financial product would lead to extra taxation compared to a similar conventional product that would be subject to lower taxes………………………………………..Full Article: Source

 
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