外文标题：Chinese woman named world's youngest billionaire
BEIJING: A 24-year-old Chinese woman with stakes worth $1.3 billion in a real estate firm, has become the world's youngest billionaire, replacing Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz.
Kei Perenna Hoi Ting, daughter of Ji Haipeng, chairman and CEO of Chinese real estate developer Logan Property, is a non-executive director of the firm and holds 85% stakes in it worth $1.3 billion, state-run China News Service said.
A graduate from the University of London, Perenna Kei lives in Hong Kong.
Logan Property Holdings is run by companies and a family trust associated with Perenna.
The firm headquartered in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen focuses on the development of mid and high-end residential housing.
daddy's money. if some rich guy transfers 1 billion to 6 hours old baby than he will be youngest billionaire.
R Murty K (Fort Lee, NJ 07024)
This is just an inheritance or transferred assets to the next generation to hold on to wealth. In most cases, they are spoiled kids. I value only self made billionaires.
Navin Chandra Mishra (Jamshedpur)
China is seeing considerable disparity. The other day there was a report of a woman selling her baby to fund her husband's treatment ! While billionaires are welcome, the society should ensure minimum facilities and support for the poor too.
paduswami () replies to Navin Chandra Mishra
After all it is a communist country...
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Che Mir (Unknown)
Tired of someone's daughter or son becoming a Billionaire because their parents are. For me a real Billionaire is who has built it him/herself or have sweated to make an inheritance touch new skies. The rest are poof..