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Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians

Indians who have achieved great heights in the GCC's retail sector

Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
2. Mukesh Jagtiani, head of the conglomerate Landmark Group, and one of the most powerful figures in the retail industry
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
1. Yusuff Ali MA, managing director of the UAE based Emke Group, one of the largest Indian owned conglomerates in the Gulf
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
3. Maghanmal Pancholia (far right), chairman of the Arabian Trading Agency and one of Dubai's most respected businessmen
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
8. Sanjiv Mehta, chairman of Unilever MENA since 2008, the 20 year industry veteran has worked with out of Dubai for the last eight years
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
12. LT Pagarani, chairman of UAE based supermarket chain Choithram and Sons, which is set to double the number of shops it has in the Emirates
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
15. Paras Shahdadpuri, chairman of 12 companies of the Nikai Group and a former diplomat who started his own business in 1998
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
19. Tony Jashanmal, executive director of the Jashanmal Group, which operates more than 100 stores across five countries
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
21. Vasu Shroff (centre), chairman of the Regal Group, which is involved in a diverse range of sectors including technology, garment distribution and real estate
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
24. Ram Buxani, executive vice chairman of the Cosmos-ITL Group that has diversified interests in textiles, electronics and IT
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
25. K Rajaram (right), CEO of Al Naboodah Motors, the authorised dealer in Dubai and the Northern Emirates for luxury car brands
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
29. Lachmandas K Pagarani, chairman of Al Maya supermarkets, which has 30 outlets across the UAE and a further 4 in Oman
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
30. Kiran Chhabria helps run the family business, electronics giant, Jumbo Group, along with her sisters, Komal and Bhavika and mother Vidya
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
38. D.J. Babani, head of the Eros Group, which markets a range of electronic goods, ranging from home appliances to mobile phones and computers
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
58. Abdulla Amiruddin Ajmal, head of the Dubai based Ajmal Perfumes, an international $200m annual turnover fragrance house
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
65. SM Syed Khalil, group executive director of the Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group, undertakers of the $20bn City of Arabia retail project.
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
87. Jayant Ganwani, head of the Lal's Group, one of the most diversified business conglomerates in the UAE and owener of Lamcy Plaza
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
97. R Jai Krishnan, vice president of the Samsonite Group and the spearhead of the travel solution company's growth in the GCC and Central and South Asia
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
98. Joy Alukkas, owner of the Dubai based Joyalukkas Group, a jewellery firm with 80 firms spread across the Middle East, Europe and India
Retail sector: Gulf's most powerful Indians
This photo gallery is only indicative. To view the full list of the Gulf's most influential Indians in the retail sector, please visit the following link:\nhttp://www.arabianbusiness.com/indian-power-list-2010-363656.html\n