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szdaily -> Business
Chinese top wealth gains
    2017-August-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE fortunes of the 40 Chinese billionaires on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index have surged 46.8 percent since the year-end, dominating the wealth gains of all nationalities and sending their combined net worth to US$417 billion.

Wang Wei, the 46-year-old founder of parcel delivery business S.F. Holding, saw his fortune rise the fastest of all 500 billionaires on the index with a 347.5-percent jump that’s made him the world’s 39th richest person with US$20.9 billion.

Measured in U.S. dollars, property magnate Xu Jiayin, 59, has gained the most, adding US$21.6 billion. He’s now the 28th richest in the world with US$29 billion.

Jack Ma, 52, founder of Alibaba and China’s wealthiest person with US$46.8 billion, rose US$13.5 billion, a 41-percent jump.

Ma Huateng, the 45-year-old founder and chairman of instant messaging service Tencent Holdings, became the country’s second-richest person after his fortune jumped US$12.7 billion. He’s ranked No. 21 on the index with US$33.5 billion.

China is ranked second after the United States in total wealth tallied by the index. (SD-Agencies)

 

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