Mr. Shunaid Qureshi Lt. Gen, (R) Asif Yasin Malik Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Muhammad Ayub Younus Adhi Schail Ansar Momina Duraid Duraid Qureshi Muhammad Abbas Hussain Mohsin Naeem Kamran Shamshad Ahmed Schail Ansar Shunaid Qureshi Muhammad Ayub Younus Adhi Lt. Gen. (R) Asif Yasin Malik Mr. Schail Ansar Ms. Sultana S' ddiqui Mrs. Mahtab Akbar Rashdi
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Mr. Shunaid Qureshi. Chief Executive. Al Abbas Sugar Mills Ltd. AGENDA SESSION. Sugar Production Shortage in Pakistan. Day 2 [Tue 27, September], at 11:10 AM. PROFILE. Mr. Qureshi graduated from Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro,Pakistan, in First Position with Three Gold Medals in BE/Engineering.
Siddiqui is the brother of the television director, producer and businessperson Sultana Siddiqui, and the uncle of her son the businessman Shunaid Qureshi. In 1971, Siddiqui founded Jahangir Siddiqui & Co. Ltd, which by growth and acquisition eventually became the JS Group of companies.
Cousin: Shunaid Qureshi Aunt: Sultana Siddiqui. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui has served as the chief investment officer and managing partner at JS Private Equity and JS Private Equity Fund I. He is the son of Jahangir Siddiqui a Pakistani businessman and philanthropist.
Mr. Shunaid Qureshi Sr. Vice Chairman : Mr. Javed A. Kayani Vice Chairman Punjab: Mr. Abdul Wajid Arain Vice Chairman Sindh: Mr. Abdul Qadir Khattak Vice Chairman Khyber Pakhtunkhwa : Mr Ikram ul Haq Member: Ch. Muhammad Aslam Member : Mr. Aslam Faruque Member: Mr. Ahmed Ebrahim Hasham Member
La notizia giunge a mercato circa un’ ora fa ed a diffonderla è Shunaid Qureshi, presidente della Pakistan Sugar Mills Association: le esportazioni di zucchero dal Pakistan (quarto produttore nella regione asiatica, potrebbero crollare del 17% con le scorte ormai particolarmente ridotte a seguito delle forti vendite che hanno caratterizzato l’ anno passato.