Pham Nhat Vuong, owner of Vietnam’s biggest private conglomerate Vingroup and the country’s first billionaire, is on the list for the ninth consecutive year. He remains Vietnam’s richest man with a net worth of $7.3 billion (up $1.7 billion compared to 2020) and ranked 344th in the world.
How many billionaires are there in Vietnam?
In 2019, Vietnam had around four billionaires. For 2024, it was forecasted that there will be six billionaires.
Who is the richest person in Vietnam?
2021 Vietnamese billionaires list
|334||Phạm Nhật Vượng||Vingroup|
|1111||Nguyễn Thị Phương Thảo||VietJet Air|
|1444||Trần Đình Long||Hòa Phát|
|1931||Hồ Hùng Anh||Techcombank|
How many Vietnamese millionaires are there?
In 2020, Vietnam had approximately 19.49 thousand millionaires.
Number of millionaires in Vietnam from 2015 to 2020 with a forecast for 2025 (in 1,000s)
|Characteristic||Number of millionaires in thousands|
What is a good salary in Vietnam?
Average Local Salary: The average monthly salary of a worker in Vietnam is about $148 per month; those in high paying jobs bring home around $500 per month.
How much is rich in Vietnam?
An individual in Vietnam now needs a net wealth of $160,000 to join the so-called ‘1 percent club’ of the richest people in the country of 98 million. There were 19,491 people with a net worth of $1-30 million last year, down 6 percent from 2019. This number is projected to reach 25,812 in 2025.
What causes the most deaths in Vietnam?
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), which includes strokes and ischemic heart disease, is responsible for 31% of deaths in Vietnam. Cancers of the lung and liver follow closely behind. Strokes cause the most deaths in the Vietnamese population with 200,000 new cases each year; half of them are fatal.
What percentage of Vietnam is wealthy?
By its own estimates, the most affluent 20 percent of the population is seven times better off than the poorest two percent. According to the CIA World Factbook Household income or consumption by percentage share: lowest 10 percent: 3.2 percent; highest 10 percent: 30.2 percent (2008).
What is the poorest city in Vietnam?
Only 1.9 per cent of the population are poor in the two largest cities (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city; over four million inhabitants each), while the poverty rate is 5.8 per cent in small cities (average population 86,000), and 11.2 per cent in towns (including district towns, average population 11,000).
Who will be the richest person in 2021?
Before this, Bernard Arnault led the list of the world’s wealthiest people in December 2019, January 2020, May 2021 and July 2021. Arnault holds a net worth of $198.9 billion compared to Jeff Bezos’ $194.9 billion and Tesla owner Elon Musk’s $185.5 billion, according to Forbes Real-Time Billionaires List on Friday.
Is $100 a lot of money in Vietnam?
Travelers to Vietnam turn into instant millionaires overnight, as 100 US dollars gets you 2,340,000 Vietnamese Dong (VND). While you won’t exactly be rich by Vietnamese standards, you’ll be set for a comfortable week’s worth of travel.
How do Vietnamese Get Rich?
Vietnamese are handily finding jobs as the Southeast Asian country’s economy expands on export manufacturing. Exporters hire workers. Prosperity of factories enables the launch of local suppliers and companies that do back-end services. The supporting firms create more jobs.
What is considered middle class in Vietnam?
A member of the middle class is defined by a monthly income of VND 15 million or more, which gives them significant purchasing power.