The total wealth of these 20 people is equal to the GDP of 20 countries, know where people are included in the list
A list has been released by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, in this list it has been said that the wealth of the 20 largest people in Asia is equal to the GDP of 20 poor countries.
The 20 wealthiest people in Asia have assets of more than $ 450 billion. The Bloomberg Billionaire Index has been released by the Bloomberg institution in this list itself that the total wealth of the 20 richest people in Asia is equal to the total GDP of the 20 poorest countries.
Mukesh Ambani is the number one Indian in this list, his total assets alone are 50.4 billion dollars, working in the energy, petrol and telecom sectors. Mukesh Ambani’s house built in Mumbai is said to be the most expensive house in the world. This is followed by Shahpurji Paloniji Group and then Hinduja Brothers. Let us know in which field these 20 big families of the world are active and how much property they have.
1- Mukesh Ambani
– Company- Reliance Industries
– Location – Mumbai
– Assets – $ 50.4 billion
Mukesh and Anil’s father Dhirubhai Ambani started Reliance Industries in 1957. When Dhirubhai died in 2002, his wife made a pact between his sons to control the fate of the family. Mukesh is now at the helm of the Mumbai-based group, which owns the world’s largest oil refining company. Today, he has assets of $ 50.4 billion.
Company- Sun Hung Kai Properties
Location – Hong Kong
Property- 38 billion dollars
Tak-seng started a company called Sun Hung Kai Properties in 1972. The company has since been known as Hong Kong’s largest property developers. His sons, Walter, Thomas and Raymond, are watching Kavok when he died in 1990. Walter Kwok was kidnapped in 1997 and released about a week later, a ransom of about $ 80 million was paid in return for this release.
2008: Walter Kwok is removed from the presidency after a feud with his brothers. 2018: Geoffrey Kwok has been appointed as non-executive director of Sun Hung Kai Properties.
Company Name- Choproken Pokefund Group
Beginning – Chia fled a storm-affected village in southern China and began a new life in Thailand by selling vegetable seeds with her brother in 1921. Nearly a century later, Chia’s son Dhanin Chervanont became the senior chairman of the Charan Pokefund Group, a company operating in the food, retail and telecommunications units.
4- Hartono (Hartono)
Company – Bank Central Asia
Location – Indonesia
Property – $ 32.5bn
How Earned Property – Oi Wei Guan bought a cigarette brand in 1950 and renamed it Jerum. The business has developed into one of the largest cigarette manufacturers in Indonesia. After Oi’s death in 1963, his sons Michael and Buddy diversified by investing in Bank Central Asia. This stake greatly strengthened most of the family members.
5- Lee (Lee)
Company Name- Samsung
Location – Korea
Property – $ 28.5bn
Lee Byung-Chull started Samsung in 1938 as a trading company exporting fruits, vegetables and fish. He entered the electronics business in 1969 by setting up Samsung Electronics, which has become the world’s largest manufacturer of memory chips and smartphones. After his death in 1987, his third son Lee Kun-hee took over the business.
6- Yoovidhya (Yovidhi)
Location – Thailand
Property – $ 24.5bn
Chelo Yovidhi originally named T.C. The pharmaceutical company was founded in 1956 to sell the drug. These products were later diversified and in 1975 he invented an energy drink called Krating Deng, Thai for “Red Bull”. Austrian marketer Dietrich Matsitz discovered the drink on a business trip, after which he revised the recipe and market Red Bull together with Shallow. The fate of the Yoovidhya family and Mateschitz can be attributed to the success of Red Bull. Shallow died in 2012 and his son, Sarvato Yovidya, is now the chief executive officer of TCP Group.
Company Name shapoorji Pallonji Group
Location – India
Assets – $ 21.1bn
The Mistry family business was established in India in 1865, when Pallonji Mistry’s grandfather started a construction business with an Englishman. Shapoorji Pallonji Group now works in various business areas including engineering and construction. The family also holds shares in Tata Sons, the flagship holding company of the Tata group, which operates in more than 100 countries and employs more than 700 people.
8- Sy (SY)
Company – YSM Investments
Location – Philippines
Property – $ 20.9bn
Henry C was born in China and when he immigrated to the Philippines at the age of 12, he helped his father sell rice, sardines and soap before opening the first shoe store in 1958. Today, the group operates 63 department stores and 56 supermarkets. The Mall of Asia, Sy’s flagship mall, is an Olympic-sized skating rink.
9- Chirathivat (Chirathivat)
Location – Thailand
Property – $ 20.3bn