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How Many Starbucks Frappés Can PH's Top Billionaires Buy?

Their net worth in your favorite coffee dessert.
by Arianne Merez
Apr 6, 2022
Photo/s: Echo Antonio

Real estate mogul Manny Villar remains the richest Filipino based on the 2022 Forbes World's Billionaires List, which included 20 in total from the Philippines.

The former Senate President, who once sought the presidency, has a net worth of  $8.3 billion (P426.55 billion) according to Forbes followed by port magnate Enrique Razon with $6.3 billion (P323.77 billion).

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By the numbers alone, the net worth of the Philippines' richest is quite difficult to picture so let's decode it by converting it to something more relatable: Starbucks.

Whether iced or hot, coffee is a must for the daily hustle or for unwinding on rest days. Considering that the price of a venti crowd-favorite Java Chip Frappuccino is P200, let's see how many can the Philippines' tycoons buy:

1. Manny Villar (P426.55 billion) = 2.13 billion Frappuccinos 

2. Enrique Razon (P323.77 billion) = 1.62 billion Frappuccinos

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3. Henry Sy, Jr. and Andrew Tan (P143.90 billion) = 719.5 million Frappuccinos each

4. Hans Sy and Herbert Sy (P133.62 billion) = 666.81 million Frappuccinos each

5. Harley Sy and Teresita Sy-Coson (P123.34 billion) = 616.7 million Frappuccinos each

6. Elizabeth Sy (P107.92 billion) = 539.6 million Frappuccinos

7. Ramon Ang (P102.78 billion) = 513.9 million Frappuccinos

8. Lance Gokongwei (P82.23 billion) = 411.15 million Frappuccinos

9. Tony Tan Caktiong (P66.81 billion) = 334.05 million  Frappuccinos

10. Betty Ang, Lucio Tan, and Maria Grace Uy (P61.67 billion) = 308.35 million Frappuccinos each



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