Australia & New Zealand's 40 Richest

Thomson, James; Nam, Suzanne; Pendleton, Devon; Schmidt, Lucinda; Treadgold, Tim; Brown, Heidi
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p36
This section features the people included in "Forbes Asia" magazine's fourth annual list of Australia & New Zealand's 40 Richest. The top rank was nabbed by Andrew Forrest, chief of iron-ore mining company Fortescue Metals, who has $6.6 billion wealth. He is followed by Graeme Hart, a former tow buck driver who established drink cartons producer Rank Group. Also included in the list are Frank Lowy, founder of Westfield Group, Harry Triguboff, founder of Meriton Apartments and Gina Rinehart, of Hancock Prospecting.


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