Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani are now worth more than $100 billion
- In terms of wealth, the global rank of both
Mukesh Ambaniand Gautam Adanicontinues to be the same.
- The difference between their wealth, however, has reduced to only $200 million.
- Last month, Adani briefly overtook Ambani and became the richest man in Asia and India.
AdvertisementThe net worth of India’s richest two people Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani has crossed the $100 billion-mark, according to Forbes’ Real Time Billionaires List. However, the global rank of both Ambani and Adani continues to be the same.
Ambani, who is the chairperson and managing director of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), continues to be the 10th richest person in the world. Whereas Adani, founder and the Chairman of the Adani Group, is currently the 11th richest person in the world.
The difference between their wealth, however, has reduced to only $200 million, the list noted. The net worth of Adani stands at $100.1 billion as on March 31, whereas Ambani’s net worth is at $100.3 billion.
These two are also the richest people in Asia.
Ambani’s net worth had first crossed the $100 billion mark last year in October, after his net worth crossed $100.6 billion. The data was based on Bloomberg Billionaires Index, a counterpart of the Forbes’ Real Time Billionaires List.
Bloomberg Billionaires List noted that Ambani’s net worth is $99.8 billion as on March 31, 2022, whereas Adani’s is at $95.5 billion.
Last month, Adani briefly overtook Ambani and became the richest man in Asia and India.
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