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China's richest property tycoons just got richer

Their stocks are on a roll after investors bet that large developers will continue to wrest market share from smaller businesses

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China Evergrande chairman Hui Ka Yan (above) and Sunac's Sun Hongbin have collected the vast majority of the year's gains, adding US$42.5 billion between them.

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China Evergrande chairman Hui Ka Yan and Sunac's Sun Hongbin (above) have collected the vast majority of the year's gains, adding US$42.5 billion between them.

Hong Kong

NOWHERE in the world is wealth being created faster than in China's mainland property market.

The collective net worth of the country's richest developers has rocketed upwards since the start of the year, adding US$44.3 billion to the fortunes of seven real estate tycoons

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