السبت، 19 نوفمبر، 2011

7 billionaires in Egypt, most of their wealth concentrated in the Sawiris family and Mansour

7 billionaires in Egypt, most of their wealth concentrated in the Sawiris family and Mansour
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Cairo - Egypt News
Forbes magazine revealed the U.S. revealed that Egypt has the largest number of billionaires in the continent of Africa, where there has 7 billionaires, noting that the majority of the wealth of those billionaires concentrated between the two families only, namely, the Sawiris family and the family of Mansour.
According to the Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram, the magazine pointed out - in its annual report on the distribution of capital on the African continent - the statistics prepared by the researchers magazine about rich people in Africa have shown that the continent has the 40 men own about 649 billion.
The newspaper added that the statistics reflect the growing interest in investment and economic activities in all regions of the continent, from South Africa to the south of Morocco in the north and Egypt in the east.
And the richest African continent, Nigeria's ALICO Danjuta came in first place among the rich African wealth is estimated at $ 10.1 billion, and in second place was South African Nicky Oppenheimer, which is the pole of diamonds in Africa's wealth is estimated at $ 6.5 billion, while occupied by the Sawiris family Centers: III, VII, and XII, where Nassif Sawiris came in third place with $ 4.75 billion, and Naguib Sawiris, ranked seventh by about $ 2.9 billion, and Sawiris in twelfth place about 2.6 billion dollars.
The family occupied Mansour centers thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth, where he served Mohamed Mansour, Minister of Transport, former 13th place with $ 1.7 billion, and Yassin Mansour, Youssef Mansour came in the fourteenth and the fifteenth to $ 1.55 billion, and the filling of Mohamed Al Fayed ranked sixth ten with $ 1.3 billion.
As stated Shafik Gabr Egyptian businessman who was ranked ninth session.
Forbes said that the list of wealthy Africans focused on the citizens of African countries, and thus were excluded potential members such as the Sudanese-born billionaire Mohammed Ibrahim, who holds British citizenship.

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