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The increasing use of Internet in the publishing world has brought a revolution in the Printing Industry. Remote Distribution of Data and Variable Data Printing has been possible by the use of Internet. The special ability of Internet of distributing large quantities of data to diverse locations bridged the gaps of Printing Industry. Earlier, almost all printing work was used to be done through press. But, in today's world of technological advancement, many printing work is done from customer's home printer.
Internet publications has opened a new horizon for printing industry. The Publishing Companies are realizing that it is better to distribute data through Internet in the first step and to print them in the second step. This is because if they carry out the traditional process of firstly printing and then distributing then it may generate much more costs. So, in this context, the biggest challenge faced by the companies which operate through Printing Press is of lowering costs.
The Islamic finance sector is now worth close to $1.8 trillion. Not surprisingly, it is garnering the world’s attention. And despite the challenge Islamic banks will face once it begins challenging the much larger conventional players, their emphasis on financial stability can only help improve market conditions. Read more
Joseph E. Stiglitz,
Mario Blejer & Eduardo Levy Yeyati,
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