If you are outside the business world, perhaps you have never heard of INEOS, a British-based chemical giant. Its Chief Executive, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is better know because at the moment he is bidding to be the new owner of Manchester United and he is one of Britain's richest men. Sir Jim, who owns a home on the island, is also backing Britain's bid for the America's Cup; the team led by Sir Ben Ainslie has established a training base Porto Pi in Palma.
British chemical giant shows off its assets in Mallorca
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DukeDon’t know about Manchester but I’m way north of there and It’s 😊 where I’m sitting.
David HollandProbably why it’s so grim Up North…
DukeClever guy then . Right on both calls. Typical Manchester lad
Not to forget also a man who having wholeheartedly supported Brexit then relocated to Monaco to avoid paying UK taxes….