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a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at more than a billion dollars

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The Sawiris brothers were not the only Egyptian family included; Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Mansour came in the 10th place among the wealthiest Arabs, and the third Egyptian, with a net worth of $2.
Following its annual ranking of billionaires around the world, Forbes announced on Thursday that 31 mega-wealthy individuals in the Arab world now own an estimated net worth of $76.
Technology billionaire Ma Huateng, co-founder of messaging service Tencent Holdings, became Asia's second-richest person when his fortune nearly doubled to $41 billion.
Now in its third year, the report draws upon UBS and PwCs extensive networks, and aims to better understand the billionaire population globally.
The uncertain outlook for billionaire wealth creation will continue in 2017 amid dramatic shifts in the geopolitical environment, the report said.
The billionaire got his start manufacturing textiles with a small company in the 1960s.
While Asia accounted for half of 2015's new billionaires, new research from UBS Group AG and PwC found that Europe has the most multigenerational billionaires--a feat of wealth preservation.
2015 saw a pause as total billionaire wealth fell by $300 billion to $5.
The investigative report, entitled "Buying the Democrat Party Lock, Stock and Barrel," exposes the political spending of Steyer, a California billionaire who made a big part of his fortune in coal.
o The youngest billionaire on the list is 31-year-old Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, ranked eighth with a net worth of USD42.
com/billionaires analyses data from the last 19 years across the 14 largest billionaire markets, accounting for 75% of global billionaire wealth.
Luxury designer Leon Verres who already set high standards globally with his "Le Billionaire Champagne," uses the power of these noble stones to create the most expensive vodka of the world.
On the other hand, any candidate who can attract a good billionaire - or a bad one - can stay in the race for president even if voters are not responding in the relatively dinky states that start this process - places like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.
In the classic New Yorker cartoon of a few years ago, a billionaire sat behind his desk, boasting, "I own one plane, two yachts, three houses and four politicians.
Son-in-law of Kazakhstan's president Nursultan Nazarbaev, Timur Kulibaev sold his Altynalmas Gold to Polymetal, part-owned by Russian billionaire Alexander Nesis, for cash and company shares in a deal that could be worth more than $1 billion in several years.