India’s Adani Loses $13 Billion in Four Days

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    Jun.17 — Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s dream run up in the global wealth rankings is faltering after a media report raised questions about some offshore investors. The 58-year old tycoon has lost more money this week than anyone else in the world. His personal fortune tumbled by about $13 billion. Bloomberg’s Nupur Acharya reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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