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BALKAN BILLIONAIRES: These are the richest Serbs, Croats, Bosnians, Macedonians... (PHOTO)

Forbes magazine has presented a list of the world's richest billionaires for 2016, and here's the situation in the Balkans

The richest man in Serbia is Filip Zepter, a.k.a. Milan Jankovic, whose fortune is estimated at five billion dollars, according to the list of world's billionaires for 2016 presented by the magazine Forbes.

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Cepter is the founder of Zepter International, and although he does not live in Serbia, he has citizenship, reports TV N1.

Among the richest people in Serbia there is Miodrag Kostic, owner of MK Group, with a fortune of 540 million dollars, and the only man in Serbia, with an address in Serbia, Miroslav Miskovic, who has 520 million dollars.

Foto: Promo

Foto: Promo

US is the country with the largest number of billionaires, which is not surprising information. Behind them is China, whereas in Europe the first place is shared by Germany and the United Kingdom with 120 billionaires, followed by Russia with 88 billionaires.

Foto: Tanjug/Oksana Toškic

Foto: Tanjug/Oksana Toškic

The richest among Slovenians are Iza and Samo Login, couple who made enormous fortune on application "Talking Tom Cat". Their possessions are valued at 700 million dollars, behind them is Joc Pececnik, the owner of Ineterblock, with the fortune of 266 million dollars, claims Forbes.

Printskrin: TV GZS

Printskrin: TV GZS

In Croatia, Croatian-Chilean family Luksic is the richest, with a net worth of 15 billion dollars.

Printskrin: Forbes

Printskrin: Forbes

They are followed by Austrian-Croatian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, the owner of Red Bull, with the value of 13.4 billion dollars. 

Printskrin: Forbes

Printskrin: Forbes

Behind them are Ivica Todoric, the owner of Agrokor, with 499 million dollars, and Emil Tedeski, the owner of Atlantic Group, with value of 208 million dollars.

As for Macedonia, Forbs says that Jordan Kamcev is on the top, the owner of Orka Holding, with 238 million dollars. Second place goes to Minco Jordanov, the owner of Makstil with 234 million dollars.

Marijana i Majk Ilić, vlasnici lanca picerija "Little Ceasar's", kao i bejzbolskog tima Detroit Tajger i NHL tima Detroit Red Vingsa. Foto: Profimedia/AFP

Marijana i Majk Ilić, vlasnici lanca picerija "Little Ceasar's", kao i bejzbolskog tima Detroit Tajger i NHL tima Detroit Red Vingsa. Foto: Profimedia/AFP

The richest Macedonian which is not the resident is Mike Ilitch, the founder of fast-food franchise Little Caesars Pizza, the owner of Detroit Red Wings, NHL team and Detroit Tigers from MLB, with the fortune of 6.1 billion dollars.

The richest in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Kenan and Damir Hastor, who inherited Prevet and ASA group from his father Nijaz, and her are worth 412 billion dollars. Behind them are Izudin Ahmetic, the owner of Hifa Group, with the value of 364 million dollars.

Printskrin: Youtube/ U jedinstvu je snaga

Printskrin: Youtube/ U jedinstvu je snaga

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

 

 

 

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