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Indians topping Forbes’ list of Asian billionaires, replacing the Japanese, have flabbergasted the Chinese, who are regularly reading that India is not shining as reported by the Western media and experts.

“I am surprised that Indians have topped the Forbes’ list of Asian billionaires,” Chen Yu, a media consultant said.

“I must change my distorted impressions about India,” she said.

With 36 of its citizens worth over a billion dollars, India replaced Japan as Asia’s top breeding ground for the super-rich, the Forbes 2007 listing of billionaires said this week.

India has recorded impressive economic growth in the past few years, though critics say the poor have been largely left out of the process. Microsoft founder Bill Gates holds the top spot for the 13th year in a row in the world list of billionaires with a net worth of $56bn.

 

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