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Alisher Usmanov Lost Three Positions in the Ranking of the Wealthiest People of Great Britain
May 11, 2018 00:16


Russian businessman, Alisher Usmanov, lost three positions in the ranking of the wealthiest people of Great Britain according to The Sunday Times. This is reported by The Sun.

The Sunday Times estimates Usmanov's fortune as 10.55 billion pounds (about 14.2 billion US dollars). For a year, the capital of the businessman fell by 1.2 billion pounds, because of what he rolled back from the fifth place to the eighth.

The ranking also included another Russian billionaire - the owner of London "Chelsea" - Roman Abramovich. As a year earlier, he took the 13th place; his fortune is estimated as 9.33 billion pounds (12.5 billion US dollars).

The Sunday Times put the Head of Petrochemical Company - Ineos  - Jim Ratcliffe - with the capital of 21 billion pounds to the first position, followed by businessmen of Indian descent Sri and Gopi Hinduya, who have about 20.6 billion pounds. Three of the richest people are in the UK.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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