Bloomberg he announced list of the top ten billionaires in the worldled by Jeff Bezoss from Amazon and Bill Gates from Microsoft.
In the list the only Latin American resident in Mexico Carlos Slim Helú with a fortune of $ 60,000 million.
Entrepreneur, owner of América Móvil, won $ 5.250 million in 2018 only on January 31 he earned $ 438 million.
Its total wealth is 45.6 million ounces of gold, 986 million barrels of oil and 1.17% of the wealth of the 500 richest people in the world Bloomberg.
US $ 438 million won by Carlos Slim on January 31st is 8.362 million Mexican pesos.
What the tycoon got in one day bought more than that 5 million baskets These include products such as corn, beans, rice, sugar, edible oil, tuna, instant coffee, table salt, soap, toilet paper, just a few examples.
In addition to basic basketware, tortilla is an essential Mexican food product. So with what Slim won on Thursday, It is possible to buy 576.3 million kilograms of tortillas.
With this amount Mexico can buy 1.6 million metro tickets and 1.3 million Metrobús tickets to be shipped to Mexico City.
If you want to buy a car, the cheapest car market in Mexico is Chevrolet Beat, the most popular option costing 143 700 Mexican pesos (7,587 USD). So, with the entrepreneur's profit, You can buy 57727 cars.
If you want to buy a house, the amount earned by Slim Helú reaches 255,733 Infonavit credits – the highest that is about 1.7 million pesos which is the National Institute of Workers' Housing Fund, which is responsible for providing mortgage loans to employees.
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Carso's leading company, América Móvil, is a leader in integrated telecom services in Latin America and one of the world's largest mobile subscribers. Offers services 25 countries that cover it Latin America, Central, Eastern and US regions.
Most of Slim Helú's luck is derived from a few listed companies. The most valuable asset is 57% América Móvil, the largest mobile operator in Latin America, followed by its shareholding in Grupo Carso holding company and Grupo Financiero Inbursa, a banking and insurance company.
There is participation in more than half a dozen other companies as well as shares in companies such as The New York Times and Caixabank.