SAIEH

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SAIEHSouth African Institute of Environmental Health
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As lead planner and architect for the University of Chicago's Saieh Hall for Economics, he completed programming and design for a four-building academic complex, including the adaptive reuse of three historic buildings and the development of a new contemporary structure in a transformed campus landscape.
is an intermediate holding company 99.99% owned by Inversiones Corp Group Interhold, that is in turn 75.6% owned and controlled by the Saieh family.
Alvaro Saieh) and the Vicerrectoria de Investigacion y Doctorado of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, who made this research possible.
Pero si a la cabeza de ambos grupos hay dos importantes magnates (Alvaro Saieh y Agustin Edwards), con ello no se agota la lista.
Pero en 2007 Rendic decidio asociarse con la cadena Unimarc, recientemente adquirida por el empresario Alvaro Saieh. El supermercadista regional quedo con un 33% y su socio, con un 66% de la propiedad de la nueva empresa, Deca-Unimarc.
La Tercera es el principal medio del grupo COPESA, de propiedad del empresario y banquero Alvaro Saieh. Ambos grupos dominan ampliamente el mercado de la prensa diaria chilena, funcionando en la practica como un oligopolio.
From the 1940s steeped nostalgic resonance of clarinetist Issa El Saieh and His Orchestra on "Haiti" and the swinging Haitian merengue of the Mini All Stars, an 1980s era band, on "Tioul #3," to the sassy hip-hop of Masters of Haiti, the whole panorama of Haiti's explosive music experience is showcased.
(International sales: Follow Films, Santiago.) Executive producers, Ricardo Saieh, Pablo Solis, Francisca Schweitzer.
That would be Virtualia.com, the Chilean consumer site launched in April 2001 and funded by an all-star cast of Chilean investors, including Corp Banca's Alvaro Saieh, TV personality Mario "Don Francisco" Kreutzberger and Enrique and Ignacio Cueto of Lanchile.
Some of the most prominent are Agustin Edwards, of the El Mercurio chain and with interests in cable companies, often mentioned as having a decisive say in Chilean affairs (one of the unofficial powers said to really control Chilean politics, one of the poderes facticos); Alvaro Saieh and Juan Carlos Latorre, two of the owners of the Sopesa group that owns the newspapers La Tercera, La Cuarta and the magazine Que Pasa?, and Ricardo Claro, owner of TV Channel 9 and El Diario.
In 1988, German Pico was forced to sell Copesa, the company that publishes La Tercera and La Cuarta, to a group of investors headed by two Chilean bankers of Palestinian descent, Alvaro Saieh and Carlos Abumohor, who control 33% each.
CorpGroup's owner, Chilean businessman Alvaro Saieh, had reportedly received at least three offers for the insurance companies.