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Evers, Reiner
December 2005
Brand Strategy;Dec2005/Jan2006, Issue 198, p8
Trade Publication
The article reveals where the world's seriously wealthy are spending their money. It reports on the increase in the number of billionaires worldwide in 2005. The article features the "Orphalese" ocean liner with residences and suites. It also cites a new breed of private clubs where the wealthy can retire to.


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