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K P Singh, Piramal biggest gainers on Forbes list

Top 100 billionaires see their wealth rise 10%; top 20 account for half of total wealth of top 100

Dev Chatterjee  |  Mumbai 

The top 20 billionaires in the Forbes India Rich list have seen their wealth as a percentage of total wealth of top 100 billionaires reduce steadily from 70 per cent in 2009 to 52 per cent in 2016, indicating distribution of wealth becoming more widespread across the list.    The top 100 Indians on the list saw their worth increase by 10 per cent in 2016 over previous year to $381 billion (over Rs 25 lakh crore). In 2015, the wealth of the top 100 had remained almost unchanged.    The top five on the list — Mukesh Ambani, Dilip Shanghvi, Hinduja ...

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Top 100 billionaires see their wealth rise 10%; top 20 account for half of total wealth of top 100 The top 20 billionaires in the Forbes India Rich list have seen their wealth as a percentage of total wealth of top 100 billionaires reduce steadily from 70 per cent in 2009 to 52 per cent in 2016, indicating distribution of wealth becoming more widespread across the list.    The top 100 Indians on the list saw their worth increase by 10 per cent in 2016 over previous year to $381 billion (over Rs 25 lakh crore). In 2015, the wealth of the top 100 had remained almost unchanged.    The top five on the list — Mukesh Ambani, Dilip Shanghvi, Hinduja ... image
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K P Singh, Piramal biggest gainers on Forbes list

Top 100 billionaires see their wealth rise 10%; top 20 account for half of total wealth of top 100

The top 20 billionaires in the Forbes India Rich list have seen their wealth as a percentage of total wealth of top 100 billionaires reduce steadily from 70 per cent in 2009 to 52 per cent in 2016, indicating distribution of wealth becoming more widespread across the list.    The top 100 Indians on the list saw their worth increase by 10 per cent in 2016 over previous year to $381 billion (over Rs 25 lakh crore). In 2015, the wealth of the top 100 had remained almost unchanged.    The top five on the list — Mukesh Ambani, Dilip Shanghvi, Hinduja ...

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