Muhammad Ali Tabba

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Muhammad Ali Tabba
Residence Karachi, Pakistan
Nationality Template:Flagicon Pakistani
Citizenship Template:Flagicon Pakistan
Occupation CEO Lucky Cement
Religion Muslim

Muhammad Ali Tabba (Template:Lang-ur) is a Pakistani industrialist and businessman. He is the Chief Executive of Lucky Cement.[1]

Tabba started his career in a small family-owned commodity trading business with Yunus Brothers in 1990, which eventually expanded and acquired its own fleet of textile mills and now owns the largest cement manufacturing plant in the country. He also runs the Aziz Tabba Foundation with welfare projects in education, health and housing. In 2013 he was appointed to the Board of Pakistan-India Joint Business Council (PIJBC)[2] and is the Convener of Cement Sectoral Committee of PIJBC.[3]