Effect of Financing on the Productivity of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMES) By Directing the Part of Islamic Money
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2021, Volume 27, Issue 6, Pages 276-287
AbstractSmall and medium ventures (SMEs) are vital for the advancement of the nation's economy,
understanding the consideration of governments and legislators in created and non-industrial nations.
In Pakistan, SMEs assume an essential part in monetary development. It is in this manner fundamental
that SMEs reserve the privilege to utilize wellsprings of subsidizing. The investigation utilized the
quantitative methodology accomplished through review surveys. 200 SMEs and 70 bank offices were
chosen in Pakistan's Faisalabad area to answer surveys on their financing models and the impacts of
Islamic financing as a mediator of their fixed resources, for the creation and kept financing of
resources. The investigation showed that fixed resources, financing of set up and current resources had
a positive relationship with SME development and Islamic types of financing did not act as mediators
in the city of Faisalabad in Pakistan.
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