Ships, Planes, Fashion and Fun

Cunningham, Susan J.
July 2008
Forbes Asia;7/21/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p58
The article presents information on Nishita Shah, managing director of 140-year-old GP Group. She is one of the reachest person of Thailand. Virtually all of the family's 42% stake in Precious Shipping, which accounts for most of GP's value, is in Nishita's name, putting her, along with her parents and two younger siblings, high on Forbes Asia's list of richest Thais of 2008.


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