Asian-owned businesses in London have a turnover of about £60bn a year, while real Asian wealth increased by 69pc between and , compared with UK GDP up just 23pc. Today, in conjunction with Eastern Eye, Britain's biggest selling south-Asian newspaper, The Daily Telegraph publishes details of Britain's richest Asians. all businesses as the Asian share of London’s working age population. Asian-owned businesses comprise 13 per cent of all businesses, while 14 per cent of London’s working-age population is Asian. In when the expansion of the Japanese business community in London was at its height, Yaohan Plaza in northwest London was opened as a Japanese community targeted shopping centre. The mall was subsequently sold in to a Malaysian company changing its name to Oriental City, and offering pan-East Asian food retail .