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Born: 1933, China
Now lives in Australia
Australian property magnate Triguboff's parents were Russian Jews who fled to northeastern China after the rise of Lenin. Before moving to Australia and launching Meriton, the privately held company that is the premier developer of residential properties in Sydney, he lived in Israel for seven years and is a major supporter of charities in the country.