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ECONEconomics (course)
ECONEconomy (minimum cost speed schedule)
ECONCentre for Economic Analysis
ECONEuropean Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee
ECONEastern Coalition of Nations (Star Trek)
ECONEconomic Corporation of Newport (New Hampshire)
ECONEmployer Contracting Out Number (UK)
ECONElectronic Computer-Originated Mail
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Authored by Hafiz Mohammad Yasin and Atiq-uz-Zafar Khan, Fundamentals of Islamic Economics and Finance was originally published by Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) - a member of the Islamic Development Bank Group - in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2016, and the low-priced edition of this pioneering work has now been published by IPS Press - the publishing arm of Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad - under a reprint arrangement exclusively for sale in South Asia and South East Asia territory.
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