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It also owns New Zealand’s richest Hungarian

It also owns New Zealand’s richest Hungarian

According to Forbes, Tamás Péterffy now owns nearly 3,000 billion Ft in wealth, according to Forbes. Petrovi immigrated to America in 1965 with empty pockets and no language skills. Today, he is ranked 82nd on the list of the richest man in the world and 31st in the United States. The father of successful stock quotes and electronic stock trading lives in Florida and also has access to Donald Trump’s circles. Borse has gathered some curiosity about Petravey’s career. She is worth about 3,000 billion HUF, twice that of the ten richest Hungarians.

Forbes in November takes up the topic on its cover

Forbes recently interviewed the richest Hungarian, which revealed that he only comes home every five years, even to pay his respects at high school class meetings. Thomas Petterfi, as he is called abroad, lives in Palm Beach on the Atlantic coast, among the alleged billionaires, but he also owns New Zealand. In elementary school, the American Dream came to an attention-grabbing boy: Raffaello in his office and Monet in his living room.

Péterffy owns nearly 3,000 billion fortunes of wealth, and the businessman lives in America, but also has property in New Zealand © Forbes

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