Top 10 Billionaires in Hong Kong Worth 35% of City’s GDP
The top 10 billionaires in Hong Kong have a combined net worth equal to 35% of the city’s economy, compared with ratios of 5.2 percent in India and 1.4 percent in China, according to calculations based on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index and International Monetary Fund estimates of gross domestic product.
“The top 10 billionaires in Hong Kong have a combined net worth equal to 35% of the city’s economy.”
The highest proportions in Europe are Sweden at 25 percent, Switzerland at 9.2 percent and Russia at 8.8 percent.
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