Ameen Faheem

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Makhdoom Muhammad Ameen Faheem
Makhdoom Amin Faheem - Horasis Global Arab Business Meeting 2012.jpg
Faheem at the Horasis Global Arab Business Meeting in 2012
Minister of Commerce and Chambers
In office
3 November 2008 – 16 March 2013
PresidentAsif Zardari
Prime MinisterYousaf Raza Gillani
Raja Pervez Ashraf
Preceded byMubashir Hassan
Personal details
Born
Makhdoom Muhammad Ameen Faheem

(1939-08-04)4 August 1939
Hala, Commissariat Sindh, British India
Died21 November 2015(2015-11-21) (aged 76)
Karachi, Pakistan
NationalityIndian (1939-1947),
Pakistani (1947-2015)
Political partyPakistan Peoples Party
Alma materUniversity of Sindh

Makhdoom Muhammad Ameen Faheem (Urdu: مخدوم محمد امین فھیم‎; alt. spelling: Amin Fahim; 4 August 1939 – 21 November 2015), was a Indian-born Pakistani populist left-wing figure and a poet. He was the senior vice-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party. He was also the chairman of Pakistan People's Party Parliamentarians and former chairman of Alliance for Restoration of Democracy. He served as the Commerce Minister of Pakistan serving from 3 November 2008 through 16 March 2013.

Faheem died on 21 November 2015 from leukemia after being admitted to a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan under ICU at the age of 76.[1]

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