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2011 Hurun China Wealth Report 1
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One Person in Every 1400 in China has at least 10 Million Yuan
China has 960,000 individuals with personal wealth of 10 million Yuan, up 9.7% on 2010
Beijing home to 170,000 millionaires
42% live in Eastern China
55% are business owners, 20% property speculators, 15% stock market gurus and 10% salaried executives.
China has 60,000 super-rich with 100 million Yuan, up 9.0% on 2010

(12 April 2011, Shanghai) Hurun Report, renowned for its annual ‘China Rich List’, today released the GroupM Knowledge - Hurun Wealth Report 2011, detailing the number of millionaires broken down by region across China. This is the third year of the report. The GroupM Knowledge - Hurun Wealth Report 2011 is released in association with GroupM Knowledge, the knowledge management arm of GroupM, the world's number one media investment management operation.

China has 960,000 ‘millionaires’ with personal wealth of 10 million Yuan or more (GBP 950,000/ EUR 1.1 million/ USD 1.5 million), up 85,000 individuals or 9.7% year on year. In 2009, there were 825,000 millionaires, growing last year to 875,000.
“For most luxury brands, the Chinese luxury consumer is now Number One: either representing the biggest market share or the fastest-growing,” says Rupert Hoogewerf, Chairman and Chief Researcher of Hurun Report, a leading luxury business magazine in China. “The GroupM Knowledge - Hurun Wealth Report 2011 provides an insight into how wealth is spread around the country.”
Lucy Zhang, Futures Director of GroupM Knowledge, says that luxury consumption will remain the main driver of consumer market growth in China in the next 5 years. The burgeoning wealthy elite and their transforming consumption pattern fuel the prosperity of luxury industry. It has never been more important to understand the real rich people here.
Rising property prices and a fast-growing GDP have been the key drivers for the growth in the number of these millionaires. Property prices in 2010 rose across the country by 13.7% according to a government report, with luxury property prices rising even faster.Where the Chinese Luxury Consumer Lives

 
No. of millionaires*
%
Beijing
170,000
17.7%
Guangdong
157,000
16.4%
Shanghai
132,000
13.8%
Zhejiang
126,000
13.1%
Jiangsu
68,000
7.1%
Fujian
36,000
3.8%
Shandong
33,000
3.4%
Liaoning
29,000
3.0%
Sichuan
24,000
2.5%
Henan
16,500
1.7%
Others
168,500
17.6%
Total
960,000
100.0%
* Individuals in China with personal wealth of 10 million Yuan or more
Regional Distribution
 
Number of Millionaires
 
East China
412,500
43.0%
North China
228,000
23.8%
South China
166,000
17.3%
North East
47,500
4.9%
West China
44,400
4.6%
Central China
43,500
4.5%
North West
18,100
1.9%
Total
960,000
100.0%
Of the 960,000 millionaires, 55% derived their wealth from their private business. 20% are property speculators, who have ridden the fast hike in home prices. 15% are stock market gurus, who are also the youngest with an average age of 38. The remaining 10% are high earning salaried executives.The Chinese millionaire is born in 1972, and today is 39 years, a full fifteen years younger than their Western counterparts.30% of the millionaires are female.
“China’s millionaires are fast becoming sophisticated and aspire towards higher social status” said Rupert Hoogewerf. “Four out of five millionaires, for example, are thinking of sending their children to study overseas, with the US and UK their preferred destinations. The richer they are, the younger they seem to want to send their children overseas.”
60,000 Super Rich 
China has 60,000 ‘super rich’ with 100 million Yuan or more, up 9.0% on last year.
Beijing leads the way with 10,000 individuals followed by Guangdong with 9,000 and Shanghai with 7,800.
The average age of the super rich is 43 years. These super rich tend to own three properties, five luxury watches and four cars. There has been a surge of interest in drinking fine wines and collecting art, especially Chinese classical art. This year they are looking to add a holiday home, with Sanya their destination of choice.
Hidden Wealth
“There is still a great deal of hidden wealth in the Chinese economy," said Rupert Hoogewerf. “We estimate there to be 4000 Renminbi billionaires in China, with only a third making the Hurun Rich List.”
The Pyramid of Wealth in China 
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