Revealed: The richest women in the world collectively worth $114.6bn

Total wealth of Walmart owner Christy Walton - $37.9bn.

GDP of Tanzania: $36.6bn

That’s right – Walton’s multi-billion dollar fortune, which is more than the GDP of countries like Tanzania, Ghana ($35.5bn) and Bolivia ($34.1bn), has made her the richest woman in the world.

According to a list by Wealth-X, th wealthiest women in the world together own a staggering $114.6bn of personal wealth.

Here’s a list of the richest women in the world

Christy Walton, Walmart owner

Wealth: $37.9bn.

Liliane Bettencourt, L’Oreal heiress

Wealth: $31.3bn

Gina Reinhart, Australian mining heiress

Wealth: $14.8bn

Mexican sisters Vanessa Paola Slim Hajj, Maria Soumaya Slim de Romero, and Johanna Slim Ayub – daughters of Mexican mobile tycoon Carlos Slim

Wealth: $6.3bn each

Yang Huiyan, majority shareholder of Country Garden Holdings, one of the biggest companies in China

Wealth: $6.3bn

Shari Arison, owner, Arison Investments, Israeli-American conglomerate

Wealth: $4.2bn

Folorunsho Alakija, group MD of African giant The Rose of Sharon Group

Wealth:$1.2bn

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