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Samsung Heirs are Selling their Shares worth Billions of Dollars
Its an obvious fact that Samsung is one of South Korea’s most extravagant megacorporations. That is the reason individuals from the establishing Lee family are among the country’s most extravagant individuals.
With the family patriarch spending ceaselessly last year, the family is presently taking a gander at the most elevated legacy charge bill ever throughout the entire existence of South Korea. They’re presently selling their portions in different Samsung Group organizations to pay the public authority.
More cash, more issues
The Samsung family’s late patriarch, Lee Kun-hee, allegedly left 26 trillion won ($21 billion) worth of resources for his family, which included 19 trillion($18 billion) won worth of stocks. His widow, Hong Ra-hee, is qualified for the most resources, trailed by Jay Y. Lee, Lee Boo-jin and Lee Seo-hyun. Each of the four have stripped changing resources for pay for the legacy charge.
Hong Ra-hee has sold 19,941,860 portions of Samsung Electronics worth 1.43 trillion ($1 billion) won. While that may appear to be a great deal, it just records for 0.33% of her 2.3% offer in Samsung Electronics.
Essentially, Lee Seo-hyun has offloaded 3,459,940 offers in Samsung Life Insurance worth 247.3 billion won ($200 million) and 1,509,430 offers in Samsung SDS worth 242.2 billion won.
Ultimately, the family added that it would pay the charges over a five-year time span. Other anonymous beneficiaries of Lee Kun-hee’s fortune are likewise expected to contribute some place down the line.