Sale of 2018 sales eliminated $ 1 trillion ($ NZ1.5t) in the world for $ 1 trillion ($ NZ1.5t) of the world's richest wealth; Millionaire dollars lost to 212 with more than China tycoons, according to wealthy compiler Hurun report.
Report Report, Chinese Version Forbes A rich list, Chinese multimillionaires still surpassed any other country until January 31, 658. Several masters reviewed their richness through numerous offers. The USA had 584 million.
Beijing was the city with the highest billionaires in 103, New York after 92 and Hong Kong in 69.
However, while China and other Asian wealth are continuously gaining momentum, Amazon's founder Jeff Bezos brought the world's second-richest wealth for the second year running, a wealthy Hurun Global listing with a wealth of $ 1,147 million. Bill Gates was second to US $ 96 million and Warren Buffett was third in $ 88 million. China's richest Alibaba founder Jack Ma was $ 39 million.
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Gates' fortune rose to $ 6 million in 2018, he said Hurun report Chief Executive Officer Rupert Hoogewerf, despite the illusion of philanthropy.
Among the 10 richest countries in the world, Asia was the only India, Mukesh Ambiance, Reliance Industries, estimated at US $ 54 million.
In general, the report accounts for 2,470 world-wide people around the world, 224 fewer than last year. Their overall wealth was $ 9.9 billion year after year, $ 9.6 trillion, market trends and the US dollar.
The market deterioration increased the Japanese toll and lost Tokyo percent GDP per capita 43 percent in market capitalization. But Shanghai exchanges lost almost a quarter of an hour and the Hong Kong Hang Seng index was almost 16 percent.
Hurun published a report with luxury luxury luxury villas, Loong Palace.
Hoogewerf said billionaires worldwide could have more than 6,000 people, many of them hiding their wealth, especially in the Middle East.
"While some are long-lasting to hide their riches, most of them prefer to be cautious, to plunder their competitors in good business or to protect their families," he said.