The Chinese Century

September 2011
Forbes Asia;Fall2011 Special Issue, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p116
The article offers information on several rich people in China who have been included in the list of China's 100 Richest for 2011. It presents brief profiles of Liang Wengen, main shareholder of construction equipment maker Sany Group, who is on the top of the list, Robin Li, co-founder of Chinese Internet company Baidu Inc., who is in the second position with the wealth of 9.2 billion dollars, and Liu Yongxing, of plastic materials producer East Hope Group.


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