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The richest people in British racing are the brothers David and Simon Reuben (pounds 5.
Microsoft owner Bill Gates is no longer the world's richest man, partly because he has given away a lot of his wealth to good causes, including Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
Abramovich is the sixth richest person in Europe and the 22nd richest in the world.
Loope reached this conclusion after analyzing the red sandstone at a site called Ukhaa Tolgod, the richest known fossil locale in Mongolia.
This country of ours--the richest and greatest nation in the world--should be capable of designing and implementing a health,care system that provides access to basic care for all citizens and contains costs without restricting patient choice.
The House Ways and Means Committee released a new analysis by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) of the effect of federal tax laws on annual changes in tax rates from 1977 to 1990, showing total federal taxes were reduced by $39 billion between 1977 and 1990 for the richest 1% of the population.
This grant recognizes the substantial growth of the RBPC which, in just seven years, has become the largest and richest intercollegiate business plan competition in the world.
Tazabek news agency using its magazine "Top-100 richest persons of Kyrgyzstan" estimated how many days could the Kyrgyz government keep running if the richest men of the country were paying for the government.
Two clans from the Philippines remained on Forbes magazine's list of 50 richest families in Asia.
The wealth of the richest 1,000 increased by 14 per cent to a record total of PS658billion.
Few financial lists generate as much excitement as Forbes' annual Billionaires List, which ranks the world's richest people.
THE UK's poorest households pay a higher share of their income in tax than the richest, figures show.
However, only Henry Sy, the country's richest man who owns the country's giant conglomerate SM Group, made it to the first 100 richest persons' list.
ISLAMABAD -- Global inequality is on the rise as wealth at the disposal of the richest one percent will surpass that of the other 99 percent in 2016, charity organization Oxfam says.