Forbes reveals the world's richest women and the sources of their wealth

The American magazine "Forbes" revealed the ranking of the richest women in the world for the year 2022.

And the American magazine reported that among the 2,668 billionaires in the Forbes list this year, there are only 327 women, a decrease from last year, which saw 328 rich people around the world.

The value of these women, including those who share their wealth with their husbands, children or siblings, is $1.56 trillion, up $3 billion from last year.

According to the new classification, the 101 women among this year's list of billionaires in the world are self-made, meaning they founded or co-founded companies rather than inheriting their wealth, including entrepreneur Bishop Diane Hendricks.


The classification was as follows:

 French Francoise Bettencourt-Myers Net Worth: $74.8 Billion Wealth Source: L'Oreal



Alice Walton Net Worth: $65.3 Billion Wealth Source: Walmart

 American Julia Koch Net Worth: $60 billion Wealth Source: Koch Industries of



America MacKenzie Scott Net Worth: $43.6 Billion Wealth Source: Amazon

American Jacqueline Mars, net worth: $31.7 billion, source of wealth: candy, pet food

 Australian Gina Rinehart Net Worth: $30.2 Billion Wealth Source:



American Miner Miriam Adelson Net Worth: $27.5 Billion Wealth Source: Casinos

German Susan Klatten Net Worth: $24.3 Billion Wealth Source: BMW,



Chilean Pharmaceutical Iris Fontbona Net Worth: $22.8 Billion Wealth Source:



American Miner Abigail Johnson Net Worth: $21.2 Billion Wealth Source: Money Management

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