Master stroke

October 1997
Middle East;Oct97, Issue 271, p31
Announces the appointment of Omar Mourad as vice president and general manager of MasterCard International in its Middle East regional office in Dubai. Background information on Mourad; Career achievements; Information on MasterCard.


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