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Vladimir Lisin became the Richest Russian according to Forbes
24.12.2020 18:10
Vladimir Lisin became the Richest Russian according to Forbes

NLMK co-owner Vladimir Lisin ranked first in the list of the richest Russians, according to Forbes Real Time data. The magazine estimated the entrepreneur's fortune at $ 26.1 billion.

      10 richest Russians:

      Vladimir Lisin (NLMK) - $ 26.1 billion (56th place in the world ranking);

      Vladimir Potanin (Norilsk Nickel) - $ 26 billion (57);

      Leonid Mikhelson (NOVATEK) - $ 22.7 billion (66);

      Alexey Mordashov and family (Severstal) - $ 22.6 billion (68);

      Suleiman Kerimov and family (Polyus) - $ 20.1 billion (86);

      Gennady Timchenko (NOVATEK, SIBUR) - $ 19.7 billion (92);

      Vagit Alekperov (LUKOIL) - $ 19.3 billion (99);

      Alisher Usmanov (Metalloinvest, MegaFon) - $ 16.3 billion (117);

      Mikhail Fridman (Alfa Group) - $ 15.2 billion (130);

      Andrey Melnichenko (Eurochem, SUEK) - $ 14.7 billion (139).

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian oligarchs     

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