Indonesians into The World’s Billionaires
As many as seven Indonesian are among the list of richest people in the world in Forbes 2010.
The seven men are brothers of the Djarum tobacco company, Michael Hartono and Budi Hartono, who were in a 258th position with their respective wealth of 3.5 billion U.S. dollars. Apart from Djarum, their money machine is BCA. They both also mastered Grand Indonesia complex that stands at the former location of Hotel Indonesia.
Next in the 316th position is Martua Sitorus. The owner of Wilmar International has a wealth of 3 billion U.S. dollars. Martua itself now living in Singapore. After that there was Peter Sondakh who has a wealth 2.2 billion U.S. dollars. The owner of Rajawali Group is ranked 437th.
Then there Sukanto Tanoto is ranked 536th with a fortune of 1.9 billion U.S. dollars. Asian Agri boss is also currently living in Singapore.
After that Low Tuck Kwong was ranked 828. With coal companies Bayan Resources, the Singapore -born entrepreneur has a wealth of 1.2 billion U.S. dollars. And, the seventh Indonesian into the list of the world’s richest person is the boss of the 2010 Chairul Tanjung Group with a wealth of 1 billion U.S. dollars, ranked 937th.
Title of the richest man 2010 was snagged by a Mexican businessman, Carlos Slim Helu, who has a wealth of 53.3 billion U.S. dollars.
Helu moved founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, who dropped to second position with a net worth 53 U.S. dollars. Then the owner of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffet, who has a wealth of 47 billion U.S. dollars.
Here’s the list and details of it :
#258 : Michael Hartono. The details here.
#258 : R.Budi Hartono. The details here.
#316 : Martua Sitorus. The details here.
#437 : Peter Sondakh. The details here.
#536 : Sukanto Tanoto. The details here.
#828 : Low Tuck Kwong. The details here.
#937 : Chairul Tanjung. The details here.