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A Little-Known Chinese Battery Company Has Minted More Billionaires Than Google And Facebook Combined

A Chinese battery company you’ve never heard of has minuted more billionaires than Facebook and Google combined… in actuality, more than any one business ever!



Contemporary Amperex Technology is a little-known but rapidly growing maker of batteries for electric vehicles. They manufacture the batteries used in the electric cars made by BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volkswagen.

Contemporary Amperex Technology is really good at generating batteries, but perhaps more impressively for CelebrityNetWorth readers, it’s also pretty good at creating BILLIONAIRES. In actuality, the company has produced more billionaires than Facebook and Google combined. COMBINED!

This random Chinese battery company has created an amazing NINE billionaires as of the time of writing.

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Robin Zeng established Contemporary Amperex Technology in 2011. In 2017, it debuted on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Due to the rising demand for electric vehicles around the world, the company’s shares have surged by more than 150 percent just in the last year.

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Number 8: Chen Qiongxiang ($1.8 billion)
Chen Qiongxiang is an early investor in the company.

7. Wu Yingming ($1.9 billion)
Wu Yingming is chairman of the supervisory board of the company.

Li Ping, fourth, with $6.6 billion
Vice Chairman of the business is Li Ping. Ping holds diplomas from both China Europe International Business School and Fudan University.

Pei Zhenhua, third, with $8.5 billion
An early investor in the business is Pei Zhenhua. Pei is also the founder and chairman of Suzhou TA&A Ultra Clean Technology, which was founded in 1997 and cleanroom products for high-tech manufacturing. The Shenzhen Stock Exchange lists Suzhou.

Number One: Robin Zeng, $32.5 billion
The CEO, Chairman, and founder of Contemporary Amperex Technology is Robin Zeng. Zeng owns around 45% of the business. He is among the wealthiest people in China and Hong Kong according to his net worth. Zeng has a Ph.D. in physics from the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is 53 years of age. He had previously worked for a government-owned shipbuilding firm in the province of Fujian before starting his battery business.

Overall wealth produced:

$72 billion