Nerijus Numavičius, the largest shareholder of Vilniaus Prekyba Group, owner of Maxima grocery store chain, remains the richest person in Lithuania with assets worth 3.6 billion litas (EUR 1.04 billion), according to a list of the country's wealthiest people published by the Veidas magazine on Friday.
Nerijus Numavičius, Darius Mockus, Žilvinas Marcinkevičius
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This year’s top five also includes Darius Mockus, owner of MG Baltic, with 950 million litas, Augustinas Rakauskas and his family, owners of the Senukai DYI chain, with 900 million litas, Mindaugas Raila, who owns the leading Lithuania’s logistics group Girteka through ME Investicija, with 900 million litas, and Žilvinas Marcinkevičius, another shareholder of Vilniaus Prekyba Group, with 830 million litas.

Further down the list are Lyda Lubienė and her daughter, shareholders in Achemos Grupė (LTL 755 million), Pranas and Andrius Kiznis, owners of plastic packaging manufacturer Lietpak (LTL 550 million), shareholders of Vilniaus Prekyba Mindaugas Marcinkevičius and Vladas Numavičius (LTL 470 million each), and Dainius Dundulis, owner of grocery chain Norfos Mažmena (LTL 370 million).

New entrants into the top list this year include Gintautas Kulokas, owner of Fatalitas, the operator of duty free shops (LTL 120 million), Aleksandras Afanasjevas, owner of Lithuania’s leading amber jewellery manufacturer (LTL 120 million), and scientists Romualdas Danielius, co-owner of research company Šviesos Konversija (LTL 115 million).

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