The Rich List: Familiar faces retain spots

From Indonesia to Taiwan, tycoons continue to reap the benefits of empires that span the region even as they face new threats at home and abroad.
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While China and Hong Kong propety tycoons continue to dominate the top spots in FinanceAsia's rich list - even though Li Ka-shing has lost his usual place at the top of the table - the picture in India is more fluid, with new names climbing the list

Elsewhere in the region, the leading tycoons retained their prominence in their home countries, although of course their business empires are more far-reaching.

Indonesia

In Indonesia, Susilo Wonowidjojo’s 17 stock in cigarette maker Gudang Garam recovered sharply as floods receded and clove prices fell. On the other hand, Eka Tjipta...

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