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Robert Kuok Hock Nien 郭鹤年 the wealthiest person in Malaysia.

Tuesday, 5 February 2019
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Among the most successful Asian, self-made industrialists who rule the business-world, Robert Kuok 郭鹤年 or 郭鶴年, the Malaysian billionaire, is a living legend. No one would perhaps have had as many businesses as him, all of them so huge. Robert Kuok, 91, had tried his hand in sugar-cane, oil, mining, flour, hotels, publishing and animal feed businesses, striking a huge success in whatever he touched.

Robert Kuok’s story is one of those inspiring rags-to-riches saga. His up-hill climb started as an office-boy, after which he became the clerk of a rice trading department in Singapore.

Robert Kuok, who is now retired, will always be revered as one of the foremost eastern business men who gave birth to multinational business ventures for Malaysia and the world. His talent in business is unparalleled and his story continues to awe and inspire a lot of businessmen throughout the globe.

According to Forbes, his net worth is estimated at $14.8 billion in March 2018, making him the wealthiest person in Malaysia and sixth richest in Southeast Asia and according to Forbes List of World Billionaires 2018 which Robert Kuok was placed 96th. As of May 2018, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Kuok has an estimated net worth of $19.9 billion, making him the 48th richest person in the world.

The following is his BaZi 八字 Four Pillars of destiny.

Robert Kuok 八字 BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny

Most of Robert Kuok businesses are privately held by him or his family. Apart from a multitude of businesses in Malaysia, his companies have investments in many countries throughout Asia.His business interests range from sugarcane plantations (Perlis Plantations Bhd), sugar refineries, flour milling, animal feed, oil, mining, finance, hotel (Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts), property, trading, freight and publishing.[1] His biggest source of wealth is a stake in Wilmar International, the world's largest listed palm oil trader company.

In 1971 in his 丁巳 TaYun, he built the first Shangri-La Hotel, in Singapore. His first foray into Hong Kong property was in 1977, when he acquired a plot of land on the newly reclaimed Tsim Sha Tsui East waterfront, where he built the second hotel, the Kowloon Shangri-La. In 1993 in his 甲寅 TaYun, his Kerry Group acquired a 34.9% stake in the South China Morning Post from Murdoch's News Corporation. Kuok officially retired from the Kerry Group on 1 April 1993.


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