Indian Women in Forbes Billionaires' List

Gladys Abbott
March 9, 2018

In 2018, Forbes has found a record 2208 billionaires from 72 countries and territories.

On the 2018 Forbes' list of billionaires, Vince McMahon was placed at 1,394 and his net worth has been listed at around 1.8 billion dollars. Together, they are worth $9.1trn, with an average fortune of $4.1bn. This was followed by Ananda Krishnan (No. 217, US$7.2 billion), Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan (No. 217, US$7.2 billion), Tan Sri Teh Hong Piow (No. 289, US$6.0 billion) and Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng (No. 321, US$5.6 billion).

So, the magazine estimated the fortune of Bezos 112 billion dollars, he became the first man, whose wealth exceeded $ 100 billion. Her $1.5 billion worth's connected to her fish supplier family.

The magazine also reported that US President Donald Trump's net worth is $3.1 billion, the $400 million loss he suffered over the past year resulting in a plunge of more than 200 places in the ranking from 544th to 766th.

Forbes noted that the gap between the really rich and the merely rich continues to widen, as fortunes soar to new heights so much so that the 20 richest people on the planet are worth a staggering $1.2 trillion, a sum roughly equivalent to the annual economic output of Mexico.

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The 10 richest Indians include Kumar Birla, ranked 127th overall with a fortune of $11.8 billion, Uday Kotak (143, $10.7 billion), Radhakishan Damani (151, $10 billion), Gautam Adani (154, $9.7 billion) and Cyrus Poonawalla (170, $9.1 billion).

This list highlights the richest people in the world. His fortunes rose by $39.2 billion over the past year, which Forbes said is the list's biggest one-year jump ever.

He has been ranked #1374 on the list.

Ma Huateng (also known as Pony Ma) is Asia's wealthiest person, as the founder of Tencent now has a fortune of $45.3 billion, and was ranked #17 on the list. Mr Gates has headed the list for 18 of the past 24 years.

Talal and other Saudi billionaires were excluded due to their detention at the Ritz-Carlton in Saudi Arabia, according to Forbes.

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