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These Are China’s Richest Women 2021: Who Is The Wealthiest Woman Billionaire In China?

With a net worth of roughly $33.1 billion, Yang Huiyan is the richest woman in China, followed by Wu Yajun (No. 2, $17.3 billion), Zhong Huijuan (No. 3, $16.9 billion); and Fan Hongwei (No. 4, $14.7 billion).

Yang Huiyan of China is the wealthiest woman in Asia. She received a majority stake in Country Garden Holdings, a real estate development company, from her father in 2007. Wu Yajun is the co-founder of Longfor Properties, a Beijing real estate investment company. She currently serves as the company’s chairperson.

Zhao Yan is the fifth-richest woman in China, with $11.2 billion. Zheng Shuliang ranked 6th with a personal wealth of $10.3 billion, followed by Lu Zhongfang with $10.2 billion.

Wang Laichun is placed 8th with a net worth of $8.2 billion. Jian Jun ($8 billion) occupied the 9th position on the top 10 richest women in China list, followed by Cheng Xue (No. 10, $7.1 billion). Zhong Huijuan is the chairwoman of Chinese drug manufacturer Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group. Before getting into the pharmaceutical business, Zhong was a chemistry teacher. Fan Hongwei is the chairwoman of Hengli Petrochemical Co., a Chinese research and development firm that produces polyester fiber products.

Richest Women in CHINA for 2021

  1. Yang Huiyan: $33.1 billion (Owns 57% of real estate developer Country Garden Holdings)
  2. Wu Yajun: $17.3 billion (Longfor Properties)
  3. Zhong Huijuan: $16.9 billion (Hansoh Pharmaceutical)
  4. Fan Hongwei: $14.7 billion (Hengli Petrochemical, the wife of Chen Jianhua)
  5. Zhao Yan: $11.2 billion (Bloomage Biotechnology)
  6. Zheng Shuliang: $10.3 billion (the wife of China Hongqiao Group founder Zhang Shiping)
  7. Lu Zhongfang: $10.2 billion (Offcn Education Technology)
  8. Wang Laichun: $8.2 billion (Luxshare Precision Industry)
  9. Jian Jun: $8 billion (IMEIk Technology Development)
  10. Cheng Xue: $7.1 billion (Foshan Haitian Flavoring)
  11. Chan Laiwa: $5.8 billion (Fu Wah International Group)
  12. Zeng Fangqin: $5.2 billion (Lingyi Technology)
  13. Li Haiyan: $5 billion (Haidilao International Holdings; the wife of billionaire Shi Yonghong)
  14. Kate Wang: $3.4 billion (RLX Technology)
  15. Zhang Xin & Pan Shiyi: $3.3 billion (Soho China)
  16. Xie Juhua: $3.1 billion (Director and the largest individual shareholder at Kingfriend)
  17. Melissa Ma: $2.9 billion (wife of Robin Li, the CEO of Baidu)
  18. Lucy Lei Peng: $2.8 billion (former director at Ant Group, former chief people officer at Alibaba Group)
  19. Zhong Ruonong: $2.6 billion (Zhuzhou Hongda Electronics)
  20. Chen Jinxia: $2.4 billion (Hunan Yongjin Group, the widow of entrepreneur Wei Dong)
  21. Zhang Yin / Cheung Yan: $2.3 billion (Nine Dragons Paper)
  22. Su Suyu: $2.3 billion (Luenmei Quantum)
  23. Tan Lili: $2.2 billion (Haid Group)
  24. Chen Xiao Ying: $2.1 billion (investment in Alibaba Health Information Technology)
  25. Li Xuhui: $2.1 billion (Foshan Haitian Flavouring and Food)
  26. Chen Xueling: $2.1 billion (M&G Stationary)
  27. Qian Ying: $2 billion (Muyuan Foods)
  28. Wu Lanlan: $2 billion (Shenzhen Yuto Packaging)
  29. Lei Jufang: $1.9 billion (Tibet Cheezheng Tibetan Medicine)
  30. Chen Qiongxiang: $1.9 billion (Contemporary Amperex Technology)
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