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Islamic finance.

Murabaha is a sharia-compliant financing arrangement under which a bank buys an asset and sells it on to the customer at an agreed mark-up. The customer, who could not otherwise afford to buy the asset, pays in instalments.


Murabaha is sometimes known as 'cost plus financing'.


See also