Publication:

Mudarabah factoring model for SMEs

Loading...
Thumbnail Image

Abstracts views

199

Views & Download

1556

Date
2017
SDG:
Abstract
The small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is an interesting sector to talk about; defining them may generate dispute as everyone sees "small" and "medium" differently, however, their importance to the economy are unanimously agreed upon. SMEs represent an essential source for economic growth, dynamics, and flexibility for both the developed countries and the developing and emerging economies. Although individually small in size, SMEs justify their crucial presence on the economy through sheer volume alone; in the Malaysian context, the SME Corp Malaysia's annual report stated that SMEs in Malaysia contribute up to 36.3% of its GDP. From that, we can see that SMEs have the potential to contribute substantially to the economy as it is able to not only strengthen existing industries but also lead to the rise of new ones.
Keywords
Small and medium-sized enterprises , SME
Citation
Abdul Razak, Muhammad Razman and Mohd Hodori, Muhammad 'Arif. (2017). Mudarabah factoring model for SMEs. IF Hub, 4 (May 2017), pp. 24-27.
Publisher
INCEIF
DOI
Files

IFHubEd4_mudarabah_factoring_model_sme.pdf

Size: 442.94 KBFormat: pdf

Views: 26 Downloads: 1530

Link Entity

Person Search Results

Your search returned no results. Having trouble finding what you're looking for? Try putting quotes around it