Citing Forbes magazine, Indonesia's GDP, in which 70% is based on the domestic economy, will grow 6% this year, and the stock market rose 3%, helped increase the wealth of 40 richest people by 19% to $ 85.1 billion.
The three richest people of Indonesia, namely Hartono Brothers, Susilo Wonowidjojo, and Eka Widjaja Tjipta they hold the top spot again this year, adding $ 7.5 billion, their combined wealth, or more than half the wealth of 40 richest people of Indonesia. All three have a surprising property valued at $ 32.5 billion, representing 38% of the total wealth of 40 richest people of Indonesia.
On the other ranks there are many shifts, such as 22 members who add to their wealth, 11 people who experienced a decrease of wealth, and 7 experienced a decrease of the overall ranking.
Among those whose wealth falls is 5 Adaro Energy's coal tycoon. Possible decline in 2014 is the greatest wealth presidential candidate Bakrie and his family, which forced this fall to sell half of their shares in Bumi Resources coal company to pay debts. Wealth dropped $, 1.2 billion or 57%.
People who become their surrogate is Samin Tan, who is one of five newcomers. The other two, Ahmad "the Met" Hamami, which has a Caterpillar distributor in Indonesia, and Djoko Susanto, Sampoerna milarder former partner in the retail business, making their debut with a net worth above $ 1 billion, pushing them in the top 10 of 22-26 .
While Arifin and Hilmi Panigoro, frozen out of the list of 40 richest people. They lost nearly half their wealth due to falling stock MedcoEnergi in the fall (they almost sold their stake in the business years ago but the deal unraveled).
Others, Kusnan and Rusdi Kirana and Prajogo Pangestu that add richness to them, but could not keep up, but trimmed. Minimum net worth increased to $ 630 million, from $ 455 million.
Net worth is calculated using share prices and exchange rates November 11.