A newly-published report on global wealth says that for the first time, Asia has more dollar billionaires than the USA. According to the Global Rich List 2013 from the research institute Hurun, there were 1,453 people whose personal worth was $1 billion or more at the end of January. Asia had 608 billionaires, compared with 440 in the USA and 324 in Europe. Moscow came top of the list of billionaire capitals of the world with 76 of the world's mega-rich; New York, Hong Kong, Beijing and London followed. The world's wealthiest person is Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, who has $66 billion. He is followed by US investor Warren Buffett and Amancio Ortega, boss of the fashion brand Zara.
The report's author, Luxembourg accountant Rupert Hoogewerf, believes there are a lot more billionaires in the world. He said that for every billionaire he found, he probably missed another two. This means it might be more accurate to say there are 4,000 billionaires living a life of luxury. Mr Hoogewerf also believes that the number of wealthy Chinese will continue to rise as more business leaders target worldwide markets. He said: "Chinese entrepreneurs are preparing their international expansion plans. It is a very new concept but growing very fast." The report says the youngest billionaire is Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, 28, who is 42nd on the list and has a personal fortune of $17 billion.
1.according to 依据
例句：They must take their own decision according to their own legal advice.
2.international expansion 国际扩张
例句：Baidu started a Japanese site in 2007 and plans more international expansion.
3.continue to 继续
例句：I hope they continue to fight for equal justice after I'm gone.
4.business leader 商业领袖
例句：What traits and characteristics should this new generation of business leader possess?
1.It is the ______ time for Asia to have more billionaires than the USA.
2.How many billionaires were there in January 2013?
3.Which area of the world has the third largest number of billionaires?
a) South America
4.Why was Moscow mentioned?
a) the world's riches person lives there
b) it has the most billionaires
c) more Ferraris are sold there than anywhere
d) it's still waiting for its first billionaire
5.Where is the world's richest person from?
d) Saudi Arabia
6.Where does the originator of the report come from?
7.What proportion of billionaires does the author think he found?
b) four out of five
d) one in three
8.Why does the author think the number of wealthy Chinese will rise?
a) there are billions more to be made in China's domestic markets
b) they invest well
c) they will globalize
d) the Chinese currency will help them
9.What are China's business leaders getting ready for?
a) another world recession
b) overseas companies coming to China
c) higher taxes
10.Where on the Global Rich List is Mark Zuckerberg?