|Wealthy Arabs regain their place in the list of Forbes Middle East|
News / Baghdad
Regained some wealthy Arabs from the billionaires standing owners in the list of Forbes Middle East , after the recovery of oil prices , which led to the exit 8 of them in the past year.
According to Forbes, the total net wealth of the wealthy Arab rose by 29.2% over last year, reaching $ 123.4 billion were distributed among 42 rich.
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Most of the wealthy of the billionaires and the richest, were from Saudi Arabia net riches for the rich combined 10 of $ 42.1 billion.
Followed by wealthy Emiratis, net fortunes reached $ 27.3 billion.
Lebanon also emerged as a country in the list, which contained the largest number of billionaires compared to the population.
The list included two figures Arab countries to really up the rich list, namely Mohammed Sayrafi invested in real estate development companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which estimated his wealth at one billion dollars, and the Prime Minister of Qatar , former Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, with a fortune estimated at $ 1.3 billion.
Keep the Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the top of the list after adding $ 4.1 billion to his fortune of $ 18.7 billion.
For the first time, UAE's Majid Al Futtaim took second place, after increasing his wealth to more than doubled to $ 10.6 billion, followed by Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Al Amoudi with a fortune estimated at $ 8.1 billion.
While increased UAE's wealth, Majid Al Futtaim owner stores Carrefour huge across the Middle East, Asia and Africa, to more than double by $ 10.6 billion, to replace Mohammed Al Amoudi, and became Kenya's first destinations reached by the group in sub-Saharan Africa region in 2016.