Johan Johannson (businessman, born 1967)
|Occupation||heir of the wholesaler company Joh. Johannson|
|Known for||owns nearly 70% of NorgesGruppen|
|Net worth||$3.3 billion (May 2015)|
|Parent(s)||Knut Hartvig Johannson|
Johan Johannson (born 1967) is a Norwegian billionaire businessman who is among the wealthiest people in Norway.
The son of Knut Hartvig Johannson, he is an heir of the wholesaler company Joh. Johannson, established in 1866. Today, Joh. Johannson is a part of the NorgesGruppen corporation, where Johan Johannson has been a member of the board.
He is known for keeping a low public profile.
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