Latin Trade’s Top 100 Billionaires Ranking 2017

Economic recovery means seventeen make a comeback to the region’s elite club Seventeen people made it back to the Latin Trade Top 100 Billionaire ranking, a sign of the region’s slow but steady recovery, and stronger currencies. Among them are Brazil’s Nevaldo Rocha, founder of Grupo Guararapes, one of the region’s largest textile and garment companies. Joining Rocha back in the ranking is Mexico’s Rufino Vigil González, chairman of steel firm Industrias CH. The company has seen positive results through its subsidiary Simec and its operations in Brazil. A few of the business moguls in the ranking saw triple-digit growth in their fortunes from last year. One such case is Maria Helena Moraes Scriptilliti, co-owner of Brazilian conglomerate Votorantim Group. […]

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