Qiaonv Net Worth is$1.7 Billion
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He Qiaonv Net Worth: He Qiaonv is a Chinese businesswoman who has a net worth of $1.7 billion. Born in 1966, He Qiaonv made her fortune as CEO of Beijing Orient Landscape Co., Ltd, one of China's major landscape and interior design companies. Already a graduate of Beijing Forestry University at the time, she helped her father, flora and seedlings trader, to promote his miniature landscaping to foreign businesses during an expo in 1990. Then, Qiaonv expanded her Orient Landscape Service Centre into cultivating and selling flora, house plants and bonsai landscape to hotels, and soon, she was taking massive real estate landscaping projects. A decade later, Qiaonv developed and renamed the company into Beijing Orient Landscape Group, which now is specialized in landscaping projects, landscape designs and maintenance, sales of related equipment and construction materials, investment and asset management. During 2012, group's revenue was up by 26% to $400 million due to the increase of the shares value, which brought Qiaonv $67 million profit. Moreover, she signed a $495 million-worth contract with duration of three years with Xiangyang city government last year. Her husband Tang Kai serves as company's Chairman, and together, they hold more than 65% of the shares.

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