Antonio Andrónico Luksic Abaroa (5 November 1926 – 18 August 2005) was a Chilean businessman from a family of Croatian origin.
He founded the Luksic Group, becoming the richest person in Chile, the fourth in Latin America, and the 132nd in the world, with a net worth in 2005 of US$4.2 billion according to Forbes magazine.
The Luksic Group has interests in the mining, financial, industrial, and beverages sectors.
Major holdings include, or have included, Banco de Chile, Compañia de Cervecerias Unidas (CCU), and Antofagasta Plc, a UK-listed copper mining company.
In Croatia, he was involved in the tourist industry.On September 2002, the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio published an interview with Andrónico Luksic titled "Don Andrónico cuenta su historia" (Don Andrónico shares his story), in which he explains how, after a life of hard work, he had decided to retire and "dedicate himself to what he liked the most: his family, his beloved Croatia and social assistance".