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Sunday, March 3, 2013

For the first time, Asia is the continent with the most billionaires


A new data would change the map of the billionaires in the world. Of the 1,453 people with a fortune of more than u $ s 1,000 million, 608 reside in Asia , 440 in North America and 324 in Europe. Asia now leads the list of billionaires, as ranked by the magazine Global Chinese Hurun Report . The magazine Hurun annual lists and performing with major Chinese fortunes , but the first time you create a worldwide. But more interesting is that the Global Hurun Rich List 2013 in a discussion with the famous list of Forbes. editing In March 2012, the U.S. publication billionaires recorded 315 million in the Asia-Pacific, against 450 North America and 310 in Europe. With a fortune of $ s 66,000 million, Carlos Slim remains in one position as the richest man in the world, followed by investor Warren Buffett (u $ s 58,000 million) and SpanishAmancio Ortega (u $ s 55,000 million ), owner of the clothing brand Zara . Instead, Forbes Bill Gates located in the second and in the third Buffett, which changes the power relationship of the top 3 worldwide. With 57 years, Gates is the youngest of the top 10 ranking. Hurun today stands as the reference magazine for men and women in business in China.Briton Rupert Hoogewerf The China Rich List created 14 years ago, a "who's who" among the millionaires of the world's second largest economy. Today, the magazine reaches 98,000 wealthy households in major cities of the country. "For every billionaire who found the Hurun Report, I believe we have lost at least two, which means that there are probably 4,000 billionaires in the world, "said Hoogewerf. Although Asians are shown as winners in this ranking, the United States remains the country with the most billionaires, with 408 fortunes. China, Russia, Germany and India are on the list. With 76 fortunes, Moscow is the "capital billionaire". The top 5 cities as New York completed (70), Hong Kong (54), Beijing (41) and London (40). The first Asian ranking is number seven and is Li Ka-shing, Cheung Kong Holdings own.The wealth of these billionaires comes mainly from the real state , investment, telecommunications and retail sectors. In total, these 1,453 people have u $ s 5.5 trillion, an amount comparable to the GDP of JapanArgentine businessman Paolo Rocca , Techint Group and CEO of Tenaris , is is ranked 190 and opens the list for those who reside in the country with a fortune greater than u $ s 1.000 million, according to Hurun. Alejandro Bulgheroni (Bridas) follow him at position 251, and in 1117 is because the Colombian Woods Staton of Arcos Dorados, who lives in Buenos Aires. For the fortune he forged through Molinos Rio de la Plata, businessman Gregorio Perez Companc is positioned in the post 1191, shared with Maria Ines de Lafuente Lacrozeof Loma Negra. At position 1346, Eduardo Eurnekian (Airports Argentina 2000) closes the list for Argentines.

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