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Ox Woman may become richest in world

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London: Gina Rinehart, an Australian business woman who inherited a debt-ridden mining company from her father 20 years ago, is predicted to become the world’s richest person, a media report said Tuesday.

Rinehart, 57, is the richest Australian and her fortune has more than doubled in the past year because of a commodities boom report said. She is on course to overtake Carlos Slim, the Mexican magnate worth $73 billion, and the Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, who is worth $55 billion, Citigroup has estimated. (IANS)

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