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Who Are The Africans Buying The Catamarans?

New World Wealth published a report in 2015 stating that there were approximately 161,000 High Net-Worth Individuals living in Africa at the end of 2014, with combined wealth holdings of US$660 billion.

Who Are The Africans Buying The Catamarans?
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