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 Chinas Super-Reiche sehen ihr Vermögen schwinden infographic
Grafik zeigt die zehn reichsten Personen in China und die Zahl der Dollar Milliardäre von 2003 bis 2022.
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Chinas Super-Reiche verlieren Vermögen durch geringeres Wirtschaftswachstum

By Jordi Bou

November 8, 2022 - Chinas Super-Reiche erleben den stärksten Verlust ihres Vermögens in über zwei Dekaden, denn der Ukraine Krieg, Pekings strikte Covid-Politik und fallende lokale Aktienmärkte reduzieren Vermögen.

The Hurun Rich list, which ranks China’s wealthiest people with a minimum net worth of 5 billion yuan ($690m), said only 1,305 people made the threshold this year, down 11% from last year. Their total wealth was $3.5tn, down 18% from last year.

The number of individuals with $10bn or more fell by 29, and the number of billionaires, in U.S. dollars, dropped by 239 this year, according to the list.

China's strict zero-Covid policy of using lockdowns, mass testing and quarantines to curb the spread of the virus has hampered its economic growth. At the same time, a real estate crisis has added to recession fears.

More recently, President Xi Jinping’s consolidation of power and signs that Beijing’s focus has turned to ideology rather than the economy in its decision making have sparked pessimism about the economy.

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PUBLISHED: 08/11/2022; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images, Newscom
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