Shaukat Aziz

1949 - Today

Shaukat Aziz

Shaukat Aziz (Urdu: شوکت عزیز‎; born 6 March 1949) is a Pakistani economist and financier who served as 17th Prime Minister of Pakistan from 20 August 2004 to 15 November 2007, as well as the a Finance Minister of Pakistan from 6 November 1999 to 15 November 2007. During his childhood he studied at St Patrick's High School, Karachi. Aziz graduated from the Institute of Business Administration in Karachi, and joined the corporate staff of the CitiBank Pakistan in 1969. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Shaukat Aziz has received more than 310,037 page views. His biography is available in 37 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 13,020th most popular politician.

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Among politicians, Shaukat Aziz ranks 12,907 out of 14,801Before him are John Dingell, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Omar Sharmarke, Štefan Füle, Sato Kilman, and Michael Glos. After him are Lobsang Sangay, Robert M. La Follette, Sylvie Goulard, Jerzy Szmajdziński, Michael Joseph Savage, and Barbara Boxer.

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Among people born in 1949, Shaukat Aziz ranks 445Before him are Ed King, Leslie Valiant, Roy Bittan, John Shea, Anita Borg, and Richard Thompson. After him are Larisa Petrik, Bonnie J. Dunbar, Percy Rojas, Gennady Novitsky, Harry Turtledove, and Bobby Clarke.

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In Pakistan

Among people born in Pakistan, Shaukat Aziz ranks 80 out of 125Before him are Muhammad Mian Soomro (1950), Shekhar Kapur (1945), Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry (1904), Bahlul Lodi (1406), Khushwant Singh (1915), and Muhammad Zafarullah Khan (1893). After him are Balraj Sahni (1913), Zafarullah Khan Jamali (1944), Mulk Raj Anand (1905), Shahbaz Bhatti (1968), Iqbal Masih (1983), and Iqbal Theba (1963).