The World Over Richest Japanese Dies

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The World Over Richest Japanese Dies

TOKYO: Japan's richest man, Yasuo Takei, has died, a Takefuji Crop. Spokesman said Friday. He was 76. Takei died of liver failure at his home in Tokyo on Thursday, the Tokyo basedTakefuji Crop, said in a statement. Takei, 76; was listed as Japan's richest man in this year's Forbes magazine listing of the world's billionaires, with assets of $ 5.4 billion.

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Yasuo Takei died of liver failure at his home in Tokyo on Thursday.

He was listed as Japan's richest man in this year's Forbes magazine listing of the world's billionaires, with assets of $ 5.4 billion.

Forbes magazine told him the richest man of Japan.

The name of his company is 'A Takefuji Crop'.

Late Mr. Yasuo Takei expired on Thursday at the age of 76. Not only in Japan but he is one of the billionaires of the world. Liver failure was the cause of his death. A lot of goods are produced by a Takefuji Crop Tokyo, Japan. His property is equivalent to $ 5.4 billion about five year's national budget of Nepal. This year it was declared by Forbes magazine.

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