A Research Study on E-commerce and Online Trading in Islamic Finance

اسلامی مالیات میں ای کامرس اور آن لائن ٹریڈنگ : ایک تحقیقی مطالعہ

Authors

  • Muhammad Shahid Naeem, Dr. Ahmad Raza

Abstract

To Exchange the goods, services and information over the internet is called ecommerce. Online trading encompasses the digital buying and selling of intangible assets over the internet. This practice includes various forms such as share trading, forex trading, commodity trading, crypto trading, and Meta trading. It is important to note that e-commerce and online trading share similarities, online trading is essentially a subset of e-commerce. In e-commerce, a wide array of goods, services, and information, both tangible and intangible, are exchanged online. In contrast, online trading primarily deals with the exchange of liquidity in non-tangible or tangible assets. Additionally, it's crucial to emphasize that online trading in the context of Islamic Finance requires careful examination and adherence to Islamic principles and guidelines. This research study aims to fill existing knowledge gaps and provide valuable insights into the intersection of Online Trading and Islamic Finance. The findings from this study can potentially be applied in practical market scenarios with confidence and without hesitation.

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Published

2024-05-21

How to Cite

Muhammad Shahid Naeem, Dr. Ahmad Raza. (2024). A Research Study on E-commerce and Online Trading in Islamic Finance: اسلامی مالیات میں ای کامرس اور آن لائن ٹریڈنگ : ایک تحقیقی مطالعہ. Iḥyāʾ Alʿ ulūm - Journal of Department of Quran O Sunnah, 24(1). Retrieved from http://joqs-uok.com/index.php/ihya/article/view/190