The ten richest people in the world lost over $ 14 billion on Friday due to the fall of world exchanges amid a worsening trade conflict between the US and China, RIA Novosti calculated based on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index (BBI) rating, which includes the 500 richest people in the world.The biggest losses are noted at the head and founder of Amazon Jeff Bezos. His fortune declined by 3.25 billion dollars a day, and since the beginning of the year, losses have reached 15.7 billion dollars, while he remains the richest man in the world with a fortune of 109 billion dollars.Loss of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, co-founders of Google Holding Company – Alphabet Inc. – Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founder of Oracle Larry Ellison, head of investment firm Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett totaled from 1.3 to 1.8 billion dollars.As for the 24 Russian billionaires included in the BBI index, their combined losses in one day amounted to about two billion dollars. The largest losses were noted in the co-owner of Lukoil Vagit Alekperov (384 million dollars) and co-owner of Novatek Leonid Michelson (300 million dollars). However, there were those who managed to increase the fortune. So, the main beneficiary of NLMK Vladimir Lisin increased his fortune per day by 137 million dollars, and the beneficiary of EuroChem and SUEK Andrey Melnichenko – by 128 million.China on Friday announced the introduction of additional duties of 10% and 5% for the import of American goods in the amount of 75 billion dollars a year. Fees are introduced from September 1 and December 15 in response to the US decision to impose 10% duties on Chinese goods worth $ 300 billion. Against this background, US exchanges fell by 2.5-3%, and the decline in European stock markets averaged 1%.Later, US President Donald Trump said that Washington will introduce duties on goods from China in the amount of $ 300 billion from September 1, at a rate of not 10%, as planned, but 15%, while raising another $ 250 billion group of goods from October 1 will not be 25%, but 30%.