The sign and logo of Wanda Group, a Chinese multinational conglomerate corporation and FIFA partner, is seen on October 13, 2016 at the world football's governing body headquarters in Zurich. More Chinese joined the ranks of the super-rich this year, a survey showed on October 13, 2016, bringing the total to an all-time high despite dragging growth in the world's second-largest economy. Property and entertainment mogul Wang Jianlin, chairman of conglomerate Wanda Group, was tipped the richest man in China with a fortune of USD 32.1 billion, down two percent from a year ago, the survey said. Photo: AFP

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The sign and logo of Wanda Group, a Chinese multinational conglomerate corporation and FIFA partner, is seen on October 13, 2016 at the world football's governing body headquarters in Zurich. More Chinese joined the ranks of the super-rich this year, a survey showed on October 13, 2016, bringing the total to an all-time high despite dragging growth in the world's second-largest economy. Property and entertainment mogul Wang Jianlin, chairman of conglomerate Wanda Group, was tipped the richest man in China with a fortune of USD 32.1 billion, down two percent from a year ago, the survey said. Photo: AFP
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