Onsi Sawiris - Orascom (Businessperson, Egypt)

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Sub-subject: Onsi Sawiris (Orthodox Coptic Christian). Syllabus:

  1. The Egyptian Orthodox Businessperson Onsi Sawiris
  2. The Egyptian conglomerate Orascom Group
Sub-subject “Onsi Sawiris (Egypt, Orthodox)” is studied…
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Africa
  2. Doctorate DIB Ethics, Religion and Business, Doctorate DIB Africa
  3. Courses: Business in East Africa, African Economy

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Sample of the Sub-subject: Onsi Sawiris (Egyptian Orthodox)
Onsi Sawiris

Sub-Subject Description: Onsi Sawiris (Egyptian Businessperson):

In this study we introduce the four members of the Egyptian family Sawiris, all they Coptic Christians (Orthodox); they have founded the Orascom Group, the first Egyptian multinational. Unfortunately, many of them have had to leave Egypt after the Arab Spring.

  1. In 1930 was born Onsi Sawiris, the patriarch of the Sawiris family. He founded Orascom Onsi Sawiris & Co in 1950, today the company has a business interest in international trade, contracting, telecommunications, tourism, and hotels
  2. In 1971, Orascom was nationalised.
  3. Today the company has cement factories in Algeria, Pakistan, Iraq, Belgium, Nigeria, Dubai, Spain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa
  4. Onsi Sawiris has a fortune of 2.900 million dollars. Onsi Sawiris is Coptic Christian (Orthodox Church). He also founded Orascom Telecom Holding
  5. Corporate social responsibility.
  6. Onsi Sawiris founded in 2000 the “Onsi Sawiris Scholarship” in collaboration with Orascom Construction Industries
  7. Nassef Onsi Sawiris, was born in Egypt in 1961, today is the Managing Director (CEO) of Orascom Construction Industries, and he is a major owner of Lafarge.
  8. Nassef Onsi Sawiris is the actual Director of Dubai International Financial Exchange.

Onsi Sawiris belongs to the East African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.

Religions and business - African Businesspeople - Egyptian: Tarek Talaat Moustafa, Hassan Abdalla, and Mohamed Mansour

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