12 Orang Daripada Senarai Forbes 50 Orang Terkaya Di Malaysia 2015 Adalah Bukan Cina. Bagaimana Malaysia Boleh Dikatakan Anti-Cina?

Hanya 12 orang daripada senarai Forbes 50 Orang Terkaya di Malaysia 2015 adalah bukan Cina. Bagaimana Malaysia boleh dikatakan anti-Cina?

1) Robert Kuok, 91, $11.3B, diversified
2) Ananda Krishnan, 77, $9.7B, telecom
3) Quek Leng Chan, 74, $5.6B, banking & real estate
4) Lim Kok Thay, 64, $5.5B, casinos
5) Teh Hong Piow, 85, $5.4B, banking
6) Lee Shin Cheng, 76, $4.6B, palm oil & real estate
7) Yeoh Tiong Lay, 85, $3B, construction & real estate
8) Syed Mokhtar AlBukhary, 63, $2.9B, diversified
9) Goh Peng Ooi, 60, $1.6B, software
10) Lee Oi Hian & Lee Hau Hian,$1.5B, palm oil/chemicals/real estate
11) Tiong Hiew King, 80, $1.4B, timber/media
12) Surin Upatkoon, 66, $1.3B, telecoms/lotteries/insurance
13) Danny Tan Chee Sing, 60, $1.3B, real estate
14) Vincent Tan, 63, $1.2B, diversified
15) Lau Cho Kun, 80, $1.1B, palm oil/real estate
16) Tan Heng Chew, 68, $1B, motor vehicles
17) G. Gnanalingam, 71, $985M, ports
18) Kuan Kam Hon, 67, $980M, synthetic gloves
19) Jeffrey Cheah, 70, $950M, real estate
20) Azman Hashim, 76, $865M, banking
21) Shahril & Shahriman Shamsuddin, -, $860M, oil & gas
22) Yaw Teck Seng & Yaw Chee Ming, -, $820M, forestry
23) Desmond Lim Siew Choon, 54, $780M, real estate
24) Chen Lip Keong, 68, $750M, casinos
25) Syed Azman Ibrahim, 55, $740M, transport/motor vehicles
26) Mokhzani Mahathir, 54, $700M, oil & gas services
27) Lim Kang Hoo, 61, $650M, real estate
28) Ahmayuddin bin Ahmad, 59, $600M, ports
29) Chia Song Kun, 65, $560M, food production
30) Ninian Mogan Lourdenadin, 61, $550M, real estate/retail
31) Kamarudin Meranun, 54, $540M, airlines
32) Ngau Boon Keat, 67, $535M, oil & gas
33) Anthony Fernandes, 51, $530M, airlines
34) Lim Kuang Sia, 63, $510M, rubber gloves
35) Ong Leong Huat, 71, $435M, finance/real estate
36) Chong Chook Yew, 92, $380M, real estate
37) Ling Chiong Ho, 64, $350M, palm oil/ships
38) Lim Han Weng, 63, $340M, oil & gas
39) Loh Kian Chong, 39, $325M, motor vehicles/palm oil
40) Leong Hoy Kum, 58, $320M, real estate
41) Lim Wee Chai, 57, $315M, rubber gloves
42) Gooi Seong Lim, 65, $310M, property/construction
43) Kua Sian Kooi, 63, $305M, insurance
44) Khoo Kay Peng, 76, $300M, retail/hotels
45) Khoo Cheng Hai, 74, $285M, real estate
46) Lim Teck Meng, 78, $280M, Manufacturing
47) Ng Chin Heng, 66, $275M, real estate
48) Tan Chin Nam, 89, $270M, real estate
49) Abdul Hamed Sepawi, 66, $255M, timber
50) Kong Chong Soon, 74, $240M, real estate

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