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industrialist

a person who has a substantial interest in the ownership or control of industrial enterprise
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KARACHI -- Police on Friday registered cases against some industrialists over charges of hindering the work of Supreme Court-appointed Water Commission officials as they were not allowed to visit factories in SITE industrial area.
SWABI -- Industrialists in a meeting on Thursday said that the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) would play a critical role in strengthening the budding industry in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He said, 'unfortunately the industrialist resisted arrest and stirred controversy by bringing six truck-loads of thugs to block the entrance to his Plot W1, Industrial Layout, Abakaliki Road, Emeni, Enugu, home.
According to the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe the memorandum seeks to highlight frameworks that will promote and ensure meaningful participation in the advancement of the Black Industrialists in Limpopo and demonstrate a joint effort between the provincial and national governments in advancing the objectives of the Black Industrialists Programme in the economy.
MIFFED with comments of some industrialists at an award function in Gurgaon on Thursday, veteran Bollywood actress Shabana Azmi left the public function mid- way.
In a word following the elections, Gemayel considered his winning as a victory for all industrialists.
Meanwhile, rival arms industrialist Justin Hammer (Sam Rockwell) concocts a plan to destroy Stark Industries, which is now under the control of new CEO Virginia "Pepper" Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow).
I can only expect the competition for industrialist to be just as strong.
Rodney, left, and Fender (voices of Ewan McGregor and Robin Williams, respectively) find adventure as they try to foil an evil industrialist in ``Robots.
Norwegian industrialist Kjell Inge Roekke has reportedly arranged new loans of some NOK2bn over the past few weeks, and is selling off some personal assets, including his yacht and several shareholdings.
Rawlinson's workers operated a foundry in Lochaber, Scotland, an the industrialist thought the kilt would result in improved worker productivity.
Barbara Weinstein's book is an important study of Brazilian industrialists and social policy in Brazil.