Last month, 2,095 persons earned the honor of appearing on Forbes’ List of World Billionaires. In some of our recent conceptions, we’ve applied this list to map out the richest individual in the World. But if you take a closer look, you’ll notice that most of them are men! But what about the richest women in this world? That’s the topic of our latest visualization, which illustrates who is the world’s richest women in the world, how much they are worth, and in which industry they gained their wealth.

Our data comes from the Forbes statics ranking of World Billionaires. This topic represents the top 10 richest women in the world, with her rank on the list of the wealthiest women, her photo, her net worth, and the flag of her country. There were 244 women listed on the world’s billionaires this year, Alice Walton is listed as the world’s wealthiest woman.
We also indicate the net worth. Similarly, this net worth corresponds to greater wealth. All worths are expressed in U.S. dollars.

10-Gina Rinehart 

NET WORTH: $16.1 BILLION

COUNTRY: AUSTRALIA

SOURCE OF WEALTH: MINING6

66 years old, made her fortune in the mining industry. She is the daughter of Lang Hancock the Australian iron-ore explorer, Gina has been the Chairman of mineral extracting company Hancock Prospecting Group since 1992 when she inherited a 76.6% share of the business upon her father’s death. In the 2010s, Gina developed the company into agriculture, Television, and newspaper, and as of 2020 is the richest person in Australia.

Rinehart’s wealth, declined by $2 billion last year, as the pandemic of coronavirus pushed down the values of the iron ore industry.

9- Zhong Huijuan

NET WORTH: $18.8 BILLION

COUNTRY: CHINA

SOURCE OF WEALTH: PHARMACEUTICALS

Zhong Huijuan is the wealthiest self-made woman in Asia with an $18.8 billion fortune. Zhong is the chair of Chinese drugmaker Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group, which produces oncology, anti-diabetic, psychoactive, and other drugs. The stock soared 10% from early January through mid-March, when coronavirus was most prevalent in her country. Zhong husband is Sun Piaoyang, the billionaire chairperson of Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine.

 

8- LAURENE POWELL JOBS

NET WORTH: $19.9 BILLION

COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SOURCE OF WEALTH: APPLE, DISNEY

The widow of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, she inherited $20bn in Apple and Disney stakes when her husband died. Since then, LAURENE has gone on to invest some of the money in journalism, She take the majority of stake in The Atlantic magazine, as well as investing in Emerson Collective, a hybrid philanthropic and investing limited liability company works for immigration and education reform.

In May 2018, Ms Powell Jobs spent more than $16.8m on a six-bedroom San Francisco mansion with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

7- Susanne Klatten

NET WORTH: $23.9 BILLION

COUNTRY: GERMANY

SOURCE OF WEALTH: BMW, PHARMACEUTICALS

Susanne Klatten, 58, is the heir to German carmaker, BMW, and the richest woman in Germany. Klatten has seen her net worth tumble 20% this year, due to coronavirus pendemic and the rapid downturn in the demand for new cars.
Susanne is also the sole owner of Altana pharmaceutical company, and is currently .

6- YANG HUIYAN

NET WORTH: $27.3 BILLION

COUNTRY: CHINA

SOURCE OF WEALTH: REAL ESTATE

39-year-old Yang made her fortune as a property developer, and she owns 57%  of Hong Kong-listed real estate developer Country Garden, which is inherited the majority of her father’s real estate company in 2007 and is the richest woman in Asia.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Yang’s company set up a robotic food serving machines for Chinese medical workers in Wuhan.

 

5- JACQUELINE MARS 

NET WORTH: $28.9 BILLION

COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SOURCE OF WEALTH: CANDY, PET FOOD

JACQUELINE is the granddaughter of Frank C. Mars, wich inherited one-third of the $35 billion candy company famous by M&Ms and Milky Way bars. and the other four daughters own the rest of Mars. she also has a large pet food company and vet care business.

4- Julia  Flesher Koch

NET WORTH: $44.9 BILLION

COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SOURCE OF WEALTH: KOCH INDUSTRIES

Julia  Flesher Koch, is the widow of billionaire David Koch, who died last year. She is New to this rich list, because Julia inherited a 42% stake of Koch Industries upon her husband’s death. her company is a  huge multinational in North American , with subsidiaries in in oil manufacturing, minerals, fertilizers and farming.

 

3- Mackenzie Bezos

NET WORTH: $62.3 BILLION

COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SOURCE OF WEALTH: AMAZON.COM

Mackenzie Bezos makes her first step in this list after finalizing her divorce with Jeff Bezos the Amazon founder in July 2019. the award-winning novelist shot onto the rich list due to her divorce and get the quarter of her ex-husband’s shares in the e-commerce giant.

2- FRANCOISE BETTENCOURT MEYERS

NET WORTH: $65.4 BILLION

COUNTRY: FRANCE

SOURCE OF WEALTH: L’OREAL

The heiress of the L’Oreal cosmetics empire, became the world’s richest woman in 2017 after the die of her mother Liliane Bettencourt, Bettencourt Meyers’ fortune has been greatly declined $400 million in the first two weeks of March this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, as shares of the cosmetics giant dropped 12% in March 2020.
In that same month, FRANCOISE announced it would begin factory production of hand sanitizer to support the needs of French and European health authorities.

 

1- ALICE WALTON

NET WORTH: $65.9 BILLION

COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SOURCE OF WEALTH: WALMART

She is the only daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton, which reclaims her title in 2020 as the wealthiest woman on the planet, after losing that spot to L’Oréal heiress Francoise Bettencourt Meyers last year.

Despite recent market turbulence by the coronavirus crisis, Walton fortune increased 23% since 2019. making her the ninth-richest person in the world and the wealthiest woman on the earth.

 

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