India’s leading businessman and owner of the Adani Group, Gautam Adani, lost an average of three thousand crore Indian rupees (30 billion) every week last year.
According to Hindustan Times, Adani Group owner Gautam Adani lost $28 billion last year, which equates to an average of INR 30 billion per week.
His wealth has fallen by 60 percent since the Hindenburg report revealed financial irregularities in January.
Gautam Adani has also lost the position of the second richest man in Asia.
He has been replaced by Chinese billionaire Zhong Shashan, who owns beverage and biopharmaceutical companies.
Apart from this, Mukesh Ambani, the owner of Reliance Industries, has also surpassed Gautam Adani in the race of wealth, who lost 21 billion dollars last year, after which Mukesh Ambani is the only one in the list of the 10 richest people in the world. There are Indians.
Mukesh Ambani, who has been named Asia’s richest man for the past three years, is now followed by Gautam Adani and Cyrus Poonawalla in the list of richest Indians with a net worth of $28 billion.
After Hindenburg’s report, Adani’s wealth has dropped from $150 billion to $53 billion, after which he is not even among the top 35 on Forbes’ list of the world’s richest people.
According to a survey, there are 3,112 billionaires worldwide.
After the Corona epidemic, the total number of billionaires has decreased by 269 people.
In 2022, the world lost five billionaires every week, resulting in a 10 percent decline in global wealth. In this regard, Jeff Bezos, the owner of a well-known e-commerce company, is prominent, who suffered huge losses in terms of dollars.
If we talk about India, there are 41 billionaires in 2022 who lost more than one billion dollars. Compared to this, 178 billionaires in China and 123 billionaires in America lost more than one billion dollars.
India ranks sixth in the world in terms of millionaires becoming billionaires.