Taiwan's 40 Richest

Flannery, Russell
June 2011
Forbes Asia;Jun2011, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p46
The article offers information on 40 richest people in Taiwan. The couple Cher Wang and Wenchi Chen, where Wang chairs smartphone maker HTC Corp., are the richest people in Taiwan having around 8.8 billion dollars. Tsai Wan Tsai of Fubon Financial holds the second place with major investments in Taipei Mobile and cable stations. Tsai Eng-Meng, who works in the food, beverage, media, and hotel industries, is at third position. Other billionaires and millionaires are noted.


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