Tongwei Chairman Liu Hanyuan Finds His Name on Hurun Global Rich List 2022
On March 17, Hurun Research Institute released the Hurun Global Rich List 2022.n Global Rich List 2022. This is the eleventh year that Hurun Research Institute has released the List. This year, 3,381 entrepreneurs at billion-dollar level from 2,558 companies in 69 countries find their names on the List. Among them, Liu Hanyuan, member of the Standing Committee of the 11th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, deputy to the National People's Congress and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tongwei Group, and Guan Yamei, Chairman of Tongwei Group, rank 120th on the List.
Liu Hanyuan and Guan Yamei Find Their Names on the List
According to the List, despite the impact of the war between Russia and Ukraine and the COVID-19 epidemic on the economy, the number of entrepreneurs at billion-dollar level in the world still reached a record high, with an increase of 153 entrepreneurs globally, which means that every week saw three more on the List. A total of 3,381 entrepreneurs at billion-dollar level from 2,558 companies in 69 countries have found their names on the List, with an average age of 64. 60% higher than that of the United States, China has more than 1,100 entrepreneurs at billion-dollar level on the List, exceeding the sum of the three countries that follow, i.e., the United States, India and the United Kingdom.
According to the List, the energy industry includes electric power, energy storage, coal, petroleum and other sectors. A total of 144 energy family enterprises have made their way onto the List, with total assets of 4.2001 trillion yuan. From the perspective of industry, the energy industry, especially new energy, biotechnology, luxury goods, semiconductors, software, service and shipping, has grown by leaps and bounds this year.
Entrepreneurs with fast-growing wealth this year mainly come from the new energy industry which has benefited considerably from the favorable "carbon peaking and carbon neutrality" policy, while losses mostly took place in China's Internet industry, according to Hu Run, Chairman and Chief Researcher of Hurun Report.