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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bill Gates Not World's Richest Anymore

richest manMexican telecom entrepreneur Carlos Slim became the richest man Forbes. Wealth managed to beat Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft.

Old face at the club threatened the world's richest businessmen. Dominance of American and European businessmen have now been infiltrated by the emergence of ultra-rich businessmen from developing countries, specially by Carlos Slim, the telecommunications tycoon from a developing country that is Mexico.

Currently, Slim's largest mobile service business in Mexico and criticized as a ruthless monopolist, was named by Forbes magazine as the richest man in the Duna. His net worth reached U.S. $ 53.5 billion.

Supported by price hikes kingdom America Movil shares, enabling it to shift Bill Gates. He is a 70-year-old has become a man of non-American nationality of the richest in the world's first since 1994.

In third place is a legendary player from Nebraska stocks, Warren Buffet, with a wealth of US47 billion. He has occupied the top 3 positions for 5 consecutive years. British entrepreneur who participated in the list of richest people in the world is the Duke of Westminster, but only in the 45th position with a net worth of U.S. $ 12 million.

Based on that list, there was a shift Asian businessmen who could come back with tremendous wealth. The number of billionaires from Asia and Australia jumped from 130 to 234 years ago, and wealth more than doubled from U.S. $ 537 billion now to U.S. $ 729 billion.

"Asia now leading the process to rise," said Chief Editor of Forbes, Steve Forbes. "There was a remarkable change in the global economy."

He showed that the number of millionaires in the world swelled from 793 to 1011. On the other hand, the proportion of Americans fell from 45% to 40%. "The U.S. still dominates but left. This is not going well, because all parties in the world was back from the financial crisis."

Asia's richest businessman, Mukesh Ambani became the world's fourth richest with a fortune of U.S. $ 29 billion. He is the owner of textiles and oil company, Reliance.

Pakistan has also donated a name for the composition of the world's billionaire banker, Mhammad Mian Mansha. In addition, China was the number of billionaires increased from 27 to 64 people.

One of them is Robin Li, founder of China's Internet search engine "Baidu, whose wealth reached U.S. $ 3.5 billion as the company prospered after Google pulls away from China because of censorship problems.

Other China tycoon, king of Wu Yajun property, emerged as the richest woman in the world with U.S. $ 3.9 billion through the company Longfor Properties, which includes apartments, townhouses, luxury villas and commercial properties in China.

1 comment:

Santa Monica real estate on April 24, 2010 at 8:24 AM said...

WE can't expect to have Bill Gates as the richest man forever...eventually he needs to let go of the top spot and give way for others...Anyway it's nice to know that other countries such as Mexico are also producing new breeds of billionaires...and not just the US all the time.


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