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Monday, November 1, 2010

The 50 richest men may dominate the world


1. Bill Gates. 6.05 trillion pesetas. United States. Computer (Microsoft).
2. Sultan of Brunei. 5.77 trillion pesetas. Brunei. Oil.
3. Walton family. 4.19 trillion pesetas. United States. Stores.
4. Warren E. Buffett. 3.52 trillion pesetas. United States. Bag.
5. King Fahd. 3.04 billion pesetas. Saudi Arabia. Oil.
6. Suharto family. 2.43 trillion pesetas. Indonesia. Investments.
7. Paul Gardner Allen. 2.32 trillion pesetas. United States. Computer (Microsoft).
8. Sheikh Jaber Al-Sabah. 2.28 trillion pesetas. Kuwait. Oil.
9. Lee Shau Kee. 2.23 billion. Hong Kong. Estate holdings.
10. OERI families, Hoffman and Sacher. 2.17 trillion pesetas. Switzerland. Pharmaceutical industry (Roche).
11. Kwok brothers. 1.86 trillion pesetas. Hong Kong. Estate holdings.
12. Haas family. 1.86 trillion pesetas. United States. Textiles (Levi Strauss).
13. Mars family. 1.82 trillion pesetas. United States. Food industry.
14. Quandt family. 1.77 trillion pesetas. Germany. Automobile industry (BMW).
15. Albrecht family. 1.74 trillion pesetas. Germany. Retail.
16. Tsai Wan-lin family. 1.71 trillion pesetas. Taiwan. Insurance and financial services.
17. Prince Walid Bin Talal. 1.67 trillion pesetas. Saudi Arabia. Banking, construction.
18. Kenneth Thomson.1, 67 billion pesetas. Canada
19. Li Ka-Shing. 1.67 trillion pesetas. Hong Kong. Microsoft.
20. Engelhorn family. 1.67 trillion pesetas. Germany. Pharmaceutical industry.
21. Sultan Al Nahyan. 1.52 trillion pesetas. UAE. Oil.
22. Haniel family. 1.41 trillion pesetas. Germany. Pharmaceutical industry.
23. Samuel and Donald Newhouse.
24. Hans and Gad Rausing. 1.36 trillion pesetas. Sweden. Paper industry.
25. Cargill family. 1.33 trillion pesetas. United States. Cargill.
26. Lilianne Bettencourt. 1.27 trillion pesetas. France. Cosmetics (L'Oréal).
27. Yoshiaki Tsutsumi. 1.21 trillion pesetas. Japan. ESTATE possessions.
28. Steven Ballmer. 1.14 trillion pesetas. United States. Computer (Microsoft).
29. Wonowidiolo family. 1.10 trillion pesetas. Indonesia. Snuff.
30. John Kluge. 1.09 trillion pesetas. United States. Metromedia Company.
31. Tan Yu. 1.09 trillion pesetas. Philippines. ESTATE possessions.
32. Lawrence Ellison. 1.07 trillion pesetas. United States. Informatics (Oracle).
33. Mulliez family. 1.06 billion pesetas. France. Retailing.
34. Nina Wang.1, 06 billion pesetas. Hong Kong.
35. Robert Kuok. 1.06 billion pesetas. Malaysia. Various.
36. Robert and Ng Teng. 1.06 billion pesetas. Singapore. ESTATE possessions.
37. Gordon Moore. 1.01 trillion pesetas. United States. Computer. (Intel Corp.).
38. Carlos Slim Helu. 1 billion pesetas. Mexico. Misc.
39. Cheng Yu-tung. 988,000 million pesetas. Hong Kong. Estate holdings.
40. Walter Haefner. 973,000 million pesetas. Switzerland. Computing, automotive industry.
41. Landolt family. 958,000 million pesetas. Switzerland. Pharmaceutical industry.
42. Bass family. 912,000 million pesetas. United States. Oil, investments.
43. Jay and Robert Pritzker. 912,000 million pesetas. United States. Finance.
44. Philip Knight. 882,000 million pesetas. United States. Sportswear (Nike).
45. Kwek Leng Beng. 881,000 million pesetas. Singapore. Various.
46. Minoru and Akira Mori. 867,000 million pesetas. Japan.
47. Ermirio de Moraes family. 866,000 million pesetas. Brazil. Cement, mining.
48. Langmann family. 851,000 million pesetas. Germany. Chemical industry.
49. Wang Yue-Che 836,000 million pesetas. Taiwan.
50. Mario A Olcese. (Apologist) 1'000, 000 million pesetas spiritual, including the richness of faith (James 2:5). This is the richest!

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