bunnia

bunnia

(ˈbʌnjə; ˈbʌnɪə)
n
Indian a Hindu shopkeeper
References in classic literature ?
Brahmins and chumars, bankers and tinkers, barbers and bunnias, pilgrims -and potters - all the world going and coming.
One cannot expect Hindu Bunnia to work for others' interests.
UTAC is a joint venture formed through a partnership between Iraqi conglomerate Al Bunnia Group, Middle East-based CET Holding Group and AW Rostamani, a respected commercial conglomerate operating in the Middle East and Asia.- TradeArabia News Service
Since every anti state activity costs money and Indian BUNNIA being wretchedly miser cannot afford to spend lavishly or bear monetary shocks therefore they have started a game of kidnapping for ransom.
Iraqi investors who poured billions of dollars into the Jordanian economy in the last two decades include the Khawam brothers, traders and industrialists who were backed by Saddam Hussain, major hotelier Jawad Kasab, and the prominent Bunnia merchant family.
Al Bunnia & Sons Co), a family-run group with a business tradition spanning 100 years, has a regional office in Dubai to look after its business interests in the emirate.
However, the largest and most prominent Iraqi subcontractor is owned by the al Bunnia family (Engineering Talk, Editorial, August 4, 2003; Tyler, 2005a).
"Al Bunnia was vetted through the [US-led Coalition Provisional Authority]," Bechtel spokesman Howard Menaker said in an e-mail.