A riqueza de Yang, a acionista controladora da Country Garden Holdings, aumentou para US$ 29,7 bilhões em 10 de janeiro com o avanço das ações de sua empresa imobiliária, segundo o Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Bezos somou US$ 6,6 bilhões neste ano, elevando sua fortuna para cerca de US$ 106 bilhões, mostram os dados.
China’s richest woman Yang Huiyan added $6.1 billion to her wealth in just seven days of market trading, trailing only Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos in growing her fortune this year. Yang, the controlling shareholder of Country Garden Holdings Co., saw her wealth surge to $29.7 billion as of Jan. 10 as shares of her real estate company rose, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Bezos added $6.6 billion this year to bring his fortune close to $106 billion, the data show.
China’s real estate boom has filled the coffers of some of the nation’s biggest tycoons in recent years, including Hui Ka Yan, the chairman of developer China Evergrande Group, and Wang Jianlin, who leads Dalian Wanda Group Co. Yang is quickly closing the gap with Evergrande’s Hui, whose wealth is estimated at $39.3 billion, and has overtaken Wang’s $28.7 billion to rank as the fourth-richest individual in China.
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Selecting a term
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