Eleven Filipino businessmen have made it to Forbes' 2013 list of world billionaires, more than the 6 who were part of the list a year ago. The list included newcomers who are Filipino-Chinese tycoons behind food giant Jollibee, Metrobank, retailer Puregold, power firm National Grid, real estate Filinvest, and construction giant DMCI. Out of the list is politically savvy Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco who has opt out of San Miguel Corp, now controlled by another Forbes billionaire and Marcos era peer, Roberto V. Ongpin. Tycoons Henry Sy and Lucio Tan kept their respective Top 2 spots, while port and casino businessman Enrique Razon edged out Andrew Tan in the 3rd spot. The 11 have a combined wealth of $37.85 billion.