DISTINCT ASPECTS OF FRANCHISING – A CRITICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE STUDY IN THE LIGHT OF SHARIAH

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Dr. Ghulam Mustafa
Dr. Ihsan ur Rehman Ghauri
Rana Abdul Majid Khan

Abstract

In this globalized world, multinational companies and partnerships grow their organizations all through every one of the mainlands. These MNCs set their organizations in various modes and franchising is one of them. This investigation will feature the idea of franchising and particularly the Islamic idea of franchising. The diverse parts of establishment as budgetary, monetary, lawful and social are being talked about in this examination. The refinement of this investigation is that every one of the viewpoints are to be talked about here under the lessons and direction of Islam. Additionally Islamic part of diversifying is likewise being featured and checks the Islamic legitimacy of establishment alongside the free enterprise diversifying.[i]


 

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