Financing for Small and Medium Enterprises: The Role of Islamic Financial Institutions in Kuwait

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Alhabashi, Khaled;
  • Subject: HG1501_Banking | HG4001_Finance

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role in the growth of the economy and have become a major concern for government and policy makers in developed, as well as in developing countries. Given the stated importance of SMEs in generating economic growth in Kuw... View more
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