جی، ایم، آئی کے کاروباراوراس پر کمیشن کی شرعی حیثیت
shariah status of business and commission on gmi
Keywords:economy islamic system
Islam is a religion that has a global reach and provides a comprehensive code of conduct for its followers. With its focus on economy, the religion lays out guidelines for its followers to engage in ethical and lawful financial transactions. As with any system of beliefs, there are certain financial practices that are deemed prohibited or discouraged in Islamic economics. However, in recent years, economists have been working to bridge the gap between traditional Islamic economic principles and the contemporary economic system. This article seeks to examine the stance of multinational companies in light of Islamic law, particularly with regards to their commission practices. The article delves into the ongoing efforts by economists to reconcile traditional Islamic economic principles with the realities of the modern economic system, and how these efforts apply to multinational companies.