Six of the top ten are from the Asia Pacific region, including four Chinese and two Australians. There are only three people left in the United States who have dominated this ranking.
"The dominant position of the United States has ended." Some media said on the 9th that the world's richest young entrepreneurs are undergoing a major transformation. The latest Bloomberg Billionaires Index shows that the world is getting rich and young rich (age 40) Below, starting from scratch, six of the top ten are from the Asia Pacific region, including four Chinese and two Australians. There are only three people left in the United States who have dominated this ranking.
The social networking giant, Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has dominated the global list of young rich people for $65.5 billion. Chinese e-commerceFight a lotFounder Huang Wei (39) rose from third place last year to second with a wealth of $13.7 billion; Facebook co-founder Moviz and Brazilian Savilin settled in Singapore for $11.8 billion and $9 billion Separated by the third and fourth places. And Cannon of AustraliaBrookSri Lankan is a co-founder of a US-listed Australian software company, with the fifth place with a total of $6.7 billion in assets. The founder of Ubisoft Technology Co., Ltd. ranked seventh, with a wealth of $6.4 billion.
Other young Chinese rich people included in the list include: worth $5.5 billionGood futureZhang Bangxin (39), the founder of the Education Group, ranked 8th, and the $5.2 billion drone manufacturer Wang Wei (39) ranked 9th, with a value of $5.2 billion.currencyThe mining machine manufacturer Bittland co-founder Jank Group (40 years old) ranked ninth. Wang Xing (40), another Chinese network technology entrepreneur and co-founder of the US group platform, is ranked 10th out of wealth with $4 billion. Among the top 500 richest people tracked by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, 31 people came from China at the end of 2016 and 38 in 2017, which has now increased to 41.
Credit SuisseAlan Zhu, head of technology, media and telecommunications at Greater China, said: "From a scientific perspective, China has made rapid progress in the past five years. New ventures have developed into giants of technology and created huge wealth for the founders." Some media commented that The transformation of the world's youngest billionaires into diversification is an important indicator of the transfer of global wealth to Asia. When the Bloomberg Billionaires Index first announced the world's top 40 richest people in 2012, three of them were self-made and under 40, including Google founders Brin and Peggy and Zuckerberg. Today, Brin and Peggy are over 40 years old.
Although Brin and Peggy are not on the list of young rich people in the world, they are among the top ten on the list of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. In addition, five Americans also entered the top ten of the list, includingAmazonCEO Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Buffett are the top three richest men in the world.
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