What’s it like to be a billionaire in Bangladesh? We’re going to comb through the assets, lifestyles, and habits of Bangladeshi aristocrats like Salman Fazlur Rahman, Moosa “Prince Moosa” bin Shamsher, and Tarique Rahman to see how these fat cats spend their loose change. Armored cars like bulletproof Mercedes-Maybach’s, Land Cruiser Prados, and BMW 740 Le’s are one place to spend big dollar amounts. Fancy red ties, pocket squares,$5000 to $6,000 suits, and 30 dish buffet style meals are just a handful of the avenues these titan’s extreme wealth takes to make these men feel comfy, important, and prestigious. A lot of these champions of industry have heavy political ties, many either having held high office or are the descendents of Presidents and Prime Ministers. Bangladesh has a population of over 166M people, and only 5 unofficially carry the billionaire title. But being a billionaire in a country where the GDP was $1,625 USD’s in 2020, 13% of the world’s average, means as a billionaire you have significantly more power and relative wealth than, say, in the West. In the United States, the world’s richest country, the average GDP was $63,543 in 2020, so the separation between a WalMart Store manager and an American billionaire isn’t as huge as the separation between a plant manager in Bangladesh and a Bangladeshi billionaire.
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Written by: Jean Bernard Narrated by: JB Edited by: Gonzalo L.
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CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:07 Salman F Rahman - $1.5B 03:33 Moosa “Prince Moosa” bin Shamsher - $1.5B 08:43 Tarique Rahman $1.5B 10:36 Sajeeb Wazed $1B 12:55 Sayed Abul Hossain $1B 13:29 Ahmed Akbar Sobhan - $500M 15:45 Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir - $400M 16:36 Giasuddin Al Mamun - $250M 17:32 Outro