File - Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is seen leaving the High Court in London in this July 2, 2013.(REUTERS/Neil Hall)
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Prince Alwaleed bin Talal maintained his reign at the top of the world's richest Arabs with an estimated wealth of $20.4 billion, followed by Joseph Safra, of Lebanese-Brazilian descent, in second place with $16 billion, and Saudi Arabia's Mohammad al-Amoudi in third at $15.3 billion, according to Forbes Middle East.Forbes Middle East released its April issue with the list of billionaires and multimillionaires from 13 countries around the Arab world. The magazine said that the combined fortunes of the 100 richest Arabs amounted to a colossal $166.07 billion in the 2014 list. It also added that 45 of the 100 richest Arabs shared a total wealth of $147.7 billion.
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