Noughts and crosses

Ruthven, Phil
May 2008
BRW;5/29/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p34
Trade Publication
The article discusses the sources of wealth of members of "BRW" magazine Rich 200 List in Australia. According to the author, the required personal wealth to qualify for entry to the list must be at least $200 million. The author adds that the geographic sources of the Rich 200 continue to be New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. He adds that property will continue to be one of the longstanding sources of wealth.


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