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Asia set to house most of the world's super-rich

17 September 2013 Last updated at 04:08 BST

The rich are getting richer, and in the coming years, most of them will be residing in Asia.

That's according to a recent survey of ultra-high net worth individuals - namely people who have a personal wealth exceeding $30m (£19m).

Their population rose by about 6% to 200,000 this year, and they have a combined fortune of nearly $28 trillion.

Leisha Chi spoke to Mykolas Rambus, Chief Executive of Wealth-X, one of the companies that conducted the survey, to find out more.

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