40 ORG TERKAYA DI MALAYSIA

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 11:27 PM Posted by Viral Sohor
Hanya 8 dari 40 orang orang Melayu. Bumi dipijak milik orang.. 1. Robert Kuok – $10 billion (Kuok Empire, Shangri La, Wilmer International etc) 2. Ananda Krishnan – $7.2 billion (Maxis, Astro) 3. Lee Shin Cheng – $5.5 billion (IOI Group) 4. Teh Hong Piow – $3.5 billion (Public Bank) 5. Lee Kim Hua & family – $3.4 billion (Genting Berhad, widow of late Lim Goh Tong) 6. Quek Leng Chan – $2.4 billion (Hong Leong Group, Guoco Group) 7. Yeoh Tiong Lay & family – $2.1 billion (YTL Corp) 8. Syed Mokhtar AlBukhary – $1.8 billion (MMC, Johor Port, Malakoff) 9. Vincent Tan – $1.3 billion (Berjaya Group) 10. Tiong Hiew King – $1.1 billion (Rimbunan Hijau) 11. Azman Hashim – $700 million (AmCorp Group, formerly Arab-Malaysia) 12. William H. J. Cheng – $660 million (Lion Group, Parkson) 13. Lee Swee Eng – $495 million (KNM Group) 14. Ong Beng Seng – $470 million (Hotel Properties Ltd, Natsteel) 15. Lim Kok Thay – $345 million (son of late Lim Goh Tong, Genting Berhad) 16. Vinod Sekhar – $320 million (Petra Group, known for its Green Rubber Global) 17. Lee Oi Hian – $300 million (Kuala Lumpur Kepong or KLK) 18. Yaw Teck Seng – $295 million (Samling Group) 19. Anthony Fernandes – $290 million (AirAsia, Tune Hotels) 20. Mokhzani Mahathir – $285 million (Kencana, authorized Porsche importer son of former permier Mahathir) 21. Kamarudin Meranun – $280 million (AirAsia, Tune Hotels, Tony Fernandes’s lover *grin*) 22. Jeffrey Cheah – $275 million (Sunway Group) 23. Lee Hau Hian – $250 million (Batu Kawan, KLK, brother of Lee Oi Hian) 24. Chong Chook Yew – $245 million (Selangor Properties, widow – son is MD now) 25. Yaw Chee Ming – $240 million (Samling Group, son of Yaw Teck Seng) 26. G. Gnanalingam – $230 million (Westports Malaysia) 27. Lim Wee Chai – $200 million (Top Glove, world’s largest rubber gloves manafacturer) 28. Kua Sian Kooi – $195 million (Kurnia Asia, insurance) 29. Lau Cho Kun – $185 million (Malaysian Mosaic) 30. Abdul Hamed Sepawi – $180 million (Ta Ann, timber conglomerate) 31. David Law Tien Seng – $165 million (Australian iron ore MidWest, T.S. Law Holdings) 32. Tiah Thee Kian – $163 million (TA Enterprise) 33. Liew Kee Sin – $160 million (SP Setia) 34. Ahmayuddin bin Ahmad – $155 million (Westports Malaysia) 35. Eleena Azlan Shah – $150 million (Gamuda – largest individual shareholder) 36. Lin Yun Ling – $145 million (Gamuda – founder and MD) 37. Ong Leong Huat – $130 million (OSk Group) 38. Lim Thian Kiat – $115 million (former head of Multi-Purpose) 39. Khoo Kay Peng – $110 million (MUI, U.K. retailer Laura Ashley) 40. Nazir Razak – $100 million (Bumiputra Commerce Holdings, brother of deputy PM) credit: gempak.org

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