Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi

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Sub-subject: Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi (Businessperson. Saudi Arabia-Ethiopia). Syllabus:

  1. The Saudi-Ethiopian Businessperson and philanthropist Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi (Muslim)
  2. The Oil group CORRAL
  3. The company MIDROC
  4. The concept of indigenous capitalism of Sheikh Al Amoudi
Sub-subject "Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi" is studied...
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Muslims Countries, Africa, BRICS-Saudi Arabia, and Frontier Markets
  2. Courses: Business in East Africa, African Economy
  3. Doctorates (DIB): DIB Islamic Countries, DIB Ethics, Religion, and Business, and DIB Business in Africa

Learning materials in En or Es Mohammed Amoudi Br Mohamed Amoudi

  1. Master International Business for Saudi students
  2. Recommendations for Ethiopian students.

Sample of the Sub-subject: Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi (Ethiopia)
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Sub-Subject Description - Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi (Ethiopian Businessperson):

  1. Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi (1945) is an Ethiopian Muslim businessperson founder of MIDROC.
  2. He is of Ethiopian-Yemeni origin and citizen of Saudi Arabia.
  3. Mohamed Al Amoudi is the second richest Arab (after Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal) and the second richest African (net worth 12,300 million dollars).
  4. Al Moudi is one of the greatest philanthropists in the World.
  5. Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi is the founder of MIDROC a global company present in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe working more than 40,000 people.
  6. The origins of the fortune of Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi are related to real estate, oil refineries (Corral Petroleum Holdings, Sweden - Svenska Petroleum Exploration -, and Morocco - SAMIR-), Ports (Djibouti), and retail (Lebanon)
  7. Recently the Sheikh Al Amoudi has invested 2.5 billion dollars in rice projects in Ethiopia.

The vision of the Sheikh Al Amoudi is:

"To seek opportunities joining emerging countries and developed countries; he believes in the concept of indigenous capitalism."

The World Bank has recognized the vision of the Sheikh in the development of agribusiness in Africa.

Philanthropy.

  1. As a good a Muslim; he practices the "Zakat," a significant part of his fortune is dedicated to social causes.
  2. Sheikh Al Amoudi donated 20 million dollars to the "Clinton Health Access Initiative"; he has founded an hospital in Addis Ababa; he has endowed the Sheikh Mohammed Al Amoudi Center for Breast Cancer (Saudi Arabia).

African Businessperson Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi belongs to the:

  1. East African Economic Area of the African Civilization
  2. Arab Economic Area of the Islamic Civilization

Religions and International Business - Muslim Businessperson.



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