John L. Gokongwei, Jr. (born August 11, 1926 in Gulangyu, Xiamen, Fujian Province, China) is a Chinese Filipino businessman with holdings in telecommunications, financial services, petrochemicals, power generation, aviation and live stock farming. As of 2012, Gokongwei is the third richest entrepreneur in the Philippines with a networth of $3.2 billion, ranking behind only to Henry Sy and Lucio Tan.
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29.10.2012 [ABS CBN News] - MANILA, Philippines - Taipan John Gokongwei's investment vehicle JG Summit Holdings Inc. is seeking to expand its presence overseas with plans to acquire food and beverage firms within ASEAN as well as real estate properties across the globe.
29.10.2012 [GMA News] - Bobby Bayot, former vice president of Citi Savings and presently lecturer at Ateneo de Manila University's John Gokongwei School of Management, said "lowering interest rates would encourage lending to businesses. “It would allow businesses to access
25.10.2012 [ABS CBN News] - According to one version, the snake was supposedly RLC tycoon John Gokongwei's son, and the twin brother of Robina Gokongwei-Pe. According to the story, the snakeman had access to the mall's CCTV cameras, and would spy on women in the dressing
18.10.2012 [Gulf Today] - She recalled the inspirational speech of Filipino-Chinese tycoon John Gokongwei to her batch many years back, who pointed out that as Ateneans trained to be “men and women for others by the Jesuits,” they must also consider being successful
25.06.2012 1) Henry Sy – $9.1 billion (SM Prime) 2) Lucio Tan – $4.5 billion (Phillip Morris Fortune Tobacco) 3) Enrique Razon Jr. – $3.6 billion (International Container Terminal Services) 4) John Gokongwei Jr. – $3.2 billion (JG Summit) ...
25.06.2012 In the world of business, we have John Gokongwei, Chairman of JG Summit Holdings, and in politics, we have Leila De Lima, the secretary of the Department of Justice. The answer to the question is pretty obvious. Yes, we ...