Islamic bond (sukuk) sales from Turkey are picking up pace after the government changed its tax law.

The government passed a law in February reducing the withholding tax on sukuk to 10 percent and exempted sales from value-added, stamp and corporate taxes.

Legislation two months later exempted sukuk certificates with a minimum tenure of five years from taxes on revenue.


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