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Law Kar Po Net Worth
Net Worth:
$2.7 Billion

Law Kar Po Net Worth: Kar Po Law is a Hong Kong real estate baron who has a net worth of $2.7 billion. Born in 1948, Law Kar Po is an owner of Lobo Investment, a real estate company. His family was in the retail business, but Law made his fortune from investing in hotels and real estate. Thanks to his strategy for profitable success "buy low price, sell very high and pay close attention to feng shui ", Law's fortune grew bigger for $1 million from a year ago. Currently, Law works on luxury De Yucca villas placed in northern Hong Kong mountain location, a famous romantic spot for couples in the 50s and 60s. Also, Law Kar Po serves as Managing Director, his son Allen is responsible for hotel business, and his daughter Wendy serves as Executive Director of their another family group, Park Retail Group, which owns three Knightsbridge department stores. Moreover, Law serves as the Chairman of the Honesty Treasure International Holding Limited and China Infrastructure Investment Limited.

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