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The 50 richest people in the Philippines has been revealed via Forbes.
For straight six years is the owner of SM, Henry Sy, he has $12 billion net worth - a $2.9 billion increase from a year ago.
Second is Lucio Tan (LT group) - $7.5 billion while Andrew Tan ranks third with (Megaworld) - $4.6 billion.
Here's the list with their estimated net worth:
1. Henry Sy (SM group) - $12 billion 2. Lucio Tan (LT group) - $7.5 billion 3. Andrew Tan (Megaworld) - $4.6 billion 4. Enrique Razon (ICTSI) - $4.5 billion 5. John Gokongwei Jr. (JG Summit) - $3.4 billion 6. Jaime Zobel de Ayala (Ayala Corp.) - $3.1 billion 7. Aboitiz family (AEV) - $3 billion 8. David Consunji (DMCI) - $2.7 billion 9. George Ty (Metrobank) - $2.6 billion 10. Lucio & Susan Co (Puregold) - $1.9 billion 11. Tony Tan Caktiong (Jollibee) - $1.7 billion 12. Robert Coyiuto Jr. - $1.5 billion 13. Emilio Yap (Philtrust Bank) - $1.35 billion 14. Roberto Ongpin - $1.3 billion 15. Inigo & Mercedes Zobel - $1.2 billion 16. Manuel Villar (Vista Land) $1.05 billion 17. Andrew Gotianun (Filinvest) $1 billion 18. Beatrice Campos (Unilab) $900 million 19. Vivian Que Azcona (Mercury Drug) $840 million 20. Eduardo Cojuangco Jr. (San Miguel) $825 million 21. Alfonso Yuchengco - (Yuchengco group) $705 million 22. Oscar Lopez (Lopez Holdings) $675 million 23. Betty Ang (Monde Nissin) $600 million 24. Jorge Araneta (Araneta group) $505 million 25. Carlos Chan (Liwayway) $500 million 26. Michael Romero (Global Port 900) $490 million 27. Eric Recto $485 million 28. Mariano Tan Jr. (Unilab) $435 million 29. Frederick Dy (Security Bank) $290 million 30. Walter Brown (Atok-Big Wedge) $270 million 31. Ramon Ang (San Miguel) $260 million 32. Jose Antonio (Century Properties) $255 million 33. Wilfred Uytengsu Jr. $250 million 34. Manuel Zamora Jr. (Nickel Asia) $240 million 35. Jacinto Ng Sr. (Asia United Bank) $230 million 36. Alfredo Ramos (National Book Store) $225 million 37. Gilberto Duavit (GMA Network) $224 million 38. Menardo Jimenez (GMA Network) $223 million 39. Edgar Sia II (Mang Inasal founder) $210 million 40. Bienvenido Tantoco Sr. (Rustan's) $205 million 41. Felipe Gozon (GMA) $200 million 42. Alfredo Yao (Zest-O) $180 million 43. Michael Cosiquien (Megawide Construction) $175 million 44. Edgar Saavedra (Megwide) $170 million 45. Juliette Romualdez (Benguet Mining) $165 million 46. Tomas Alcantara (Alsons Consolidated) $160 million 47. Lourdes Montinola (FEU) $155 million 48. Luis Virata (Nickel Asia) $120 million 49. Philip Ang (Nickel Asia) $115 million 50. Manuel Pangilinan (PLDT, First Pacific) $105 million
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