Auto industry bigwigs earn places among Forbes' super rich for 1997

July 1997
Automotive News;7/21/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5723, p20
Trade Publication
Identifies some of the auto industry's wealthiest people as of July 1997 according to Forbes magazine. Chung Ju-Yung of Korea; Rahmi Koc of Turkey; Ferdinand Piech of Germany; Gianni Agnelli of Italy; Boris Berezovsky of Russia; Kim Woo-Choong of Korea; H. Wayne Huizenga of the United States; Shoichiro Toyoda of Japan.


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