This story appears in the November 2017 issue of Forbes Asia.
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Forbes India October 27

At age 42, Neville Noronha runs India’s highest-valued retailer, DMart. Since an IPO in March, its parent’s market capitalization has neared $10 billion on big-box sales of near $2 billion. A Hindustan Lever alum, Noronha runs the business on behalf of reclusive billionaire founder Radhakishan Damani. (forbesindia.com)

Forbes Thailand October

Prachak Tangkaravakoon is chairman of TOA Paint, Southeast Asia’s leading maker of protective coatings, with eight plants in six countries. The family company, whose name dates to a decades-old Japanese term for East Asia, is nearing $500 million in sales and is pointing toward an IPO soon. (forbesthailand.com)

Forbes Vietnam October

Ngo Chi Dung returned to Vietnam in 2010, after an entrepreneurial foray in Eastern Europe, to restructure and chair VPBank, torn by owner conflicts. Now a tech-savvy retail lender, it had a $2.3 billion market cap after a recent IPO and aims higher. (forbesvietnam.com)

Forbes Indonesia November

Ranking minister Darmin Nasution has overseen $72 billion worth of realized Indonesian infrastructure–ports, air terminals, highways–either completed or under construction.(forbesindonesia.com)