Ye Chenghai Net Worth is$2.75 Billion
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Ye Chenghai Net Worth: Ye Chenghai is a Chinese pharmacist who has a net worth of $2.75 billion. He earned his wealth as the Chairman of Shenzhen Salubris Pharmaceuticals, a professional pharmaceutical enterprise. A graduate of Renmin University of China, Ye Chenghai owns approximately 74% of the company's shares. Shenzhen Salubris Pharmaceuticals is a global integrated holding which specializes on supplying and distributing cardiovascular, anti-infection and anticancer drugs. In the first half of 2012, the company's profit went up for 52% due to the increased sales for $217 million. Moreover, Ye was a vice mayor of Shenzhen, but in the 80s, he withdrew from politics. Currently, he chairs the company together with his two children: his son Kevin serves as CEO, as his daughter Ye Yujun is the financial officer.

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