Greater China's 40 Richest

Flannery, Russell; Doebele, Justin; Miller, Matthew
February 2006
Forbes Asia;2/27/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p34
The article presents the top 40 richest people in the Greater China region. They include real estate developer and retailer Li Ka-shing of Hong Kong, gambling billionaire Stanley Ho of Macau, financial services firm Linyuan Group head Hong-tu Tsai of Taiwan, Hon Hal Precision founder Terry Gou of Taiwan, Widow Nina Wang of Hong Kong, chairman of Wing Lung Bank Michael Wu of Hong Kong, Jason Chang of Advanced Semiconductor Engineering in Taiwan, David Wong of Dah Sing Financial in Hong Kong, Wan Hal Lines regional shipper owner Chen Chao-Hon of Taiwan and chairman of Catcher Technology Allen Horng of Taiwan.


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