Top 20 richest people in the world

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  • 1. Top 20 Richest People In The World as Of 2010 Most of us can't even imagine what being a billionaire must be like. But these people sure can. Here we have a list of the richest people in the world as of 2010. (This list was developed by Forbes international).
  • 2. David Thomson & family (Canada) - $19 billion, news and Information company.
  • 3. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud (Saudi Arabia) - $19.4 billion, investments.  
  • 4. S. Robson Walton (USA) - $19.8 billion, Walmart .  
  • 5. Liliane Bettencourt (France) - $20 billion, L'Oreal.  
  • 6. Alice Walton (USA) - $20.6 billion, Walmart .  
  • 7. Jim Walton (USA) - $20.7 billion, Walmart .
  • 8. Li Ka- shing (Hong Kong) - $21 billion, diversified.  
  • 9. Stefan Persson (Sweden) - $22.4 billion, Hennes & Mauritz .  
  • 10. Christy Walton & family (USA) - $22.5 billion, Walmart .
  • 11. Ingvar Kamprad & family (Sweden) - $23 billion, Ikea.
  • 12. Karl Albrecht (Germany) - $23.5 billion, supermarkets
  • 13. Amancio Ortega (Spain) - $25 billion, retail.  
  • 14. Eike Batista (Brazil) - $27 billion, mining, oil.  
  • 15. Bernard Arnault (France) - $27.5 billion, LVMH.  
  • 16. Larry Ellison (USA) - $28 billion, Oracle.  
  • 17. Lakshmi Mittal (India) - $28.7 billion, steel.  
  • 18. Mukesh Ambani (India) - $29 billion, petrochemicals, oil and gas.  
  • 19. Warren Buffett (USA) - $47 billion, Berkshire Hathaway.  
  • 20. Bill Gates (USA) - $53 billion, Microsoft.  
  • 21. Carlos Slim (Mexico) - $53.5 billion, telecommunications.