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As of May 2018, Forbes estimated his net worth at US$2.9 billion.
Kenneth Lo was born in mainland China in October 1938, the oldest son of Hong Kong businessman Law Ting Pong, also in the textiles industry. Lo and his family moved to Hong Kong when he was young, initially living in a refugee camp, where they survived off of meal coupons from the United Nations. Lo began working in his parents' garment factory at age 14.
Lo's Crystal Group, which he established in 1970 with his wife, employs over 48,000 people in 20 locations and has an annual turnover of over US$1.6 billion. The company began as a small sweater factory, but now manufactures clothes for major brands such as H&M, Levi's, and Marks & Spencer. Lo stepped down from day-to-day operations in 2008, but remains involved with the company.