2 edition of Capital market development found in the catalog.
Capital market development
ICC Regional Seminar on Capital Market Development: Asian Experiences (2005 Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Articles and papers chiefly with reference to Bangladesh; includes some with reference to the countries of South and Southeast Asia; seminar organized by ICC Bangladesh.
|Contributions||International Chamber of Commerce-Bangladesh.|
|LC Classifications||HG5740.6.A3 I25 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||2006561158|
The capital markets also provide equity capital, debt capital and infrastructure development capital that have strong socio-economic benefits through development of essential utilities such as roads, water and sewer systems, housing, energy, telecommunications, public . development of Islamic capital market. 3. Identification of conventional market practices that are non-compliant to Shari[ah and ways for reformation. In this chapter, we briefly survey the nature of Islamic finance, the current state of Islamic capital market, and its increasingly important role in the Islamic finance at the global level.
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The test results to date primarily show that the development of a capital market is of significance for economic growth, which implies that a liquid stock exchange may serve as a reliable. awareness among all capital market participants, including the private sector, with a view to facilitating the development of a regional capital market as well. As part of its remit, SAARC has lent its support to drive this study forward. We see the harmonization and progressive integration of the region’s capital markets as a worthy aim.
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Privatization and capital markets support and reinforce each other to promote economic growth around the world. This work is intended to fill a gap in the literature by discussing the links between privatization and capital markets, and to provide useful insights for policy makers in developing countries and in the international donor agencies, for academics and practitioners dealing with Cited by: Emerging European countries have made large strides in developing their local capital markets since the earlys.
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