Mr. Pham Nhat Vuong suddenly leaves the Top 200 richest people on the planet

Tram Ho

According to the latest update of Forbes on December 10, Pham Nhat Vuong’s fortune is only 7.6 billion USD compared to 8.25 billion USD statistics 3 months ago, in August. / 2019.

Along with that, Mr. Vuong’s rank from 195 on the ranking of the richest billionaires in the world has now dropped to 231.

 Ông Phạm Nhật Vượng bất ngờ rời khỏi Top 200 người giàu nhất hành tinh - Ảnh 1.

In more than 3 months, Vingroup’s fortune has dropped to 650 million USD and also fell 36 places in the planet’s richest people. (Photo: Bloomberg).

Thus, in only a period of 3 months, Vingroup’s boss’s assets have dropped to 650 million USD and 36 ranks in the ranking. Billionaire Pham Nhat Vuong officially leaves the Top 200 of the richest people on the planet.

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Mr. Pham Nhat Vuong suddenly leaves the Top 200 richest people on the planet. (Photo: Forbes).

Recently, speaking to Bloomberg, Mr. Pham Nhat Vuong revealed that he will spend US $ 2 billion from his personal assets, through the plan to sell a 10% stake in Vingroup, to support the ambition to sell VinFast cars in the US market. .

He is currently the largest shareholder in VinFast, an automobile manufacturing startup in Vietnam, with a 49% stake in the year. He also holds a 51% stake in the parent company Vingroup.

A week ago, Vingroup also transferred to Masan the entire Vinmart and Vinmart + retail systems of VinCommerce, and agricultural company VinEco, in an undisclosed deal.

The deal is informed by Vingroup so that businesses can focus on developing industrial production and technology.

Immediately after the transfer, Mr. Vuong’s fortune dropped by 100 million USD. Meanwhile, the assets of its counterpart, owner Masan Nguyen Dang, evaporate more strongly. Because Masan shares fell to the floor 7% on the day of the deal was announced (December 3).

The market capitalization of Masan on the stock market in one day evaporated more than 5,600 billion.

The next day (December 4), foreign investors rushed to divest from Masan, selling pressure surged right after opening, causing the stock to sink in red during the trading time, maintaining reduction of 4-6%.

Until this morning (December 11), MSN shares continued to drop 1,300 VND to 55,300 VND / share.

Although relegated, the 51-year-old billionaire of Vingroup is still the richest person in Vietnam.

Thus, according to the latest updated list, Vietnam has only 4 billionaires. Behind Vingroup boss is Ms. Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao – CEO of Vietjet Air, with a net worth of 2.7 billion USD, ranking 929 in the list of the richest people in the world.

The other two billionaires are Mr. Tran Ba ​​Duong – the owner of Truong Hai car (Thaco) with assets valued at USD 1.7 billion; and Mr. Ho Hung Anh, President of Techcombank, with assets of 1.3 billion USD.

However, according to a ranking by Bloomberg, Mr. Vuong’s current fortune has reached 9.1 billion USD and is still ranked 174th in the world. Reportedly, the two assessments of Forbes and Bloomberg are different.

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