Chinese Billionaires In Asia’s Wealthiest Under 40

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Chinese Billionaires Dominate Asia’s Wealthiest Under 40 List

The latest list released by Wealth-X showed that six young Chinese billionaires are in the top 10 of Asia’s wealthiest entrepreneurs under the age of 40. While the list is topped by India’s Arun Pudur, the 37-year-old owner and president of software firm Celframe, young Chinese billionaires occupied the second to fifth spots as well as the ninth and 10th places. The three other spots in the top 10 list are taken by Japanese billionaires under 40. The top 10 list is dominated by self-made billionaires who amassed their wealth from the technology sector.

Asia Wealthiest Under 40
Asia Wealthiest Under 40

 

 

 

 

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