This City Just Unseated New York City as the Billionaire Capital of the World

Beijing just outperformed New York City to turn into the city with the most extremely rich people on the planet. A hundred tycoons are situated in the Chinese capital contrasted with New York City’s 95, as indicated by discoveries from the Hurun Global Rich List, a yearly riches positioning from the Shanghai-based Hurun Report.

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are as yet the first and second wealthiest individuals on the planet, with total assets of $80 billion and $68 billion, separately. Zara author Amancio Ortega comes in at number three with resources totaling $64 billion, trailed by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos ($53 billion). Mexican business tycoon and financial specialist Carlos Slim Helu balances the main five with a total assets of $50 billion.

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The two wealthiest individuals in China are Wang Jianlin ($26 billion), the Chairman of the Wanda Group – an extravagance business property organization and the world’s biggest motion picture chain administrator – and Li Ka-Shing ($25 billion), the 87-year-old Chairman of CK Hutchison Holdings, speculator and altruist.

Just because, China has overwhelmed the U.S. as the nation with the most extremely rich people. The five-year-old rundown reports that there are currently 2,188 very rich people the world over, 50 percent more than in 2013.