More Expensive Companies

April 18th, 2013

Among the countries with more companies listed in the world stand out the industrial powers United States and China. Most of them are dedicated to energy or computer turns. This count was made by the British consulting company Ernst & Young and collected via the website the best top 10. In projecting the appearance of the Brazilian oil company Petrobras and the absence of European and Japanese companies. 1 Petro China Company Limited.

This company owned by the Chinese State is one of the largest producers and distributors of gas and oil in the world. It was founded in 1999 and is listed on the stock exchanges of Hong Kong, New York and Shanghai. Its value is around 353 thousand $ 174 million. 2 Exxon Mobil. This American oil company has operations in more than 40 countries around the world. It is dedicated to the exploitation, processing and marketing of petroleum products and natural gas, as well as the manufacture of chemicals, plastics and fertilizers. It has a market capitalization of 323 thousand 717 million dollars.

3 Microsoft Corporation. This American multinational corporation, dedicated to the information technology sector and founded by Bill Gates in 1975, ranks third with a market value which is around 270 thousand 636 million dollars. 4 Industrial and commercial bank of China. It is the world’s largest bank by market capitalization. However, is only one of the four big commercial banks from State-owned in China, alongside the Bank of China, the agricultural Bank of China and the China Construction Bank. Its value. 5 Stores Wal-Mart. This American supermarket chain greatly excels in this list because it is the only one that does not belong to the energy sector the technological or financial. It is the largest retailer in the world, and by its sales and number of employees, is also the largest company. Forbes magazine said that if Wal-Mart had its own economy, it would be the number 30 in the world.

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