China Versus the U.S

Gregory, Elizabeth; Serafin, Tatiana
November 2006
Forbes Asia;11/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 19, p80
A comparison of the richest people in China and the U.S. is presented. It is observed that U.S. wealth dwarfs that of China, looking at just the top 40 of the Forbes 400 members versus our China 40 list. But the Chinese top ranks are younger and, unsurprisingly, not given to inherited wealth. The richest women in the U.S. include Christy Walton and Abigail Johnson.


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