Top 10 Companies With the Largest Revenue in the World

Top 10 companies with the largest revenue in the world according to Fortune Global 500 statistics . The top 10 companies in the world have 4 representatives from the US and 2 companies from China.

1- Walmart

Walmart

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT), a Walmart brand, is a publicly traded US public company, currently one of the largest in the world (according to sales figures) announced by the Fortune 500 in 2017.

Wal-Mart, founded by Sam Walton in 1962, founded the company on October 31, 1969, and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1972. It is the largest privately held company in the world. is the world’s fourth largest employer of public and commercial goods, just behind the People’s Liberation Army of China, the National Health Service of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the railways sector. India.

Walmart is the largest US grocery retailer, with about 20% of sales of consumer goods and groceries, Walmart is also the largest toy company in the United States with about 45% of sales of toys, over Toys “R” Us in the late 1990s. Walmart is still a family owned Walton family.

Turnover: $ 485.8 million

2- China National Petroleum

China National Petroleum

China National Petroleum Exploration, hydrocarbon production onshore and offshore, this Chinese state-owned company is the largest integrated energy company in China.

CNPC combines a portfolio of oil companies and oilfield service providers but also continues to operate throughout the entire oil and gas industry value chain. CNPC will have to adhere to increasing environmental protection standards and increasing domestic energy demand, especially as China emerges as a leader in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Turnover: $ 262.573 million.

3- Volkswagen

Volkswagen

Volkswagen (VW) is a German car maker, one of the largest car manufacturers in the world of the Volkswagen Group. Its main markets are Europe, famous brands including Audi, Bentley, Skoda, Lamborghini, Bugatti, SEAT, Porsche and Volkswagen.

Volkswagen’s second largest market is China, the second largest joint venture being the Volkswagen Group of China.

Its shares are quoted on the German and Tokyo stock exchanges.

Turnover: $ 240.264 million.

4- Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Dutch Shell, commonly known as Shell, is a multinational oil company that links the Netherlands and the UK. This is the second largest private energy corporation in the world. The company’s headquarters are located in The Hague, the Netherlands and its registered office is in London (Shell Center).

Its main business is the exploitation, production, processing, transportation and trading of hydrocarbons. Shell also participates significantly in the field of petrochemical and renewable energy with the provision of renewable energy services such as wind, hydrogen and solar energy. Shell is a British-affiliated company based in The Hague, collecting taxes in the Netherlands and present on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Amsterdam.

Forbes Global 2000 in 2009 ranked Shell as the second largest company in the world, after General Electric. In 2007, Fortune ranked Shell as the third largest global player after Wal-Mart and ExxonMobil.

Turnover: $ 240.033 million.

5- Berkshire Hathaway

Berkshire Hathaway

This year, Berkshire Hathaway topped the charts, ranking higher than ever. Berkshire made the bulk of its income from Buffett’s investment management. Today, it is a group of dozens of companies from the Geico car insurance company to the Fruit of the Loom underwear manufacturer for Burlington Northern. Berkshire generates three quarters of revenue from non-financial businesses. The company was founded in 1889 and is based in Omaha, Neb.

Turnover: $ 223.604 million.

6- State Grid

State Grid

The State Grid is the largest state-owned power company in the world and holds exclusive rights in China. The State Grid business revolves around the construction and operation of the grid.

The State Grid was established in 2002 as a by-product of China’s three-stage power sector reform that began in 1986. The reform separates the former China Electricity Corporation into two power grid companies, leading to the rise of the Grid State.

State Grid owns and manages five regional grid companies and 24 power utilities.

State Grid ranked second in the top 10 largest revenue companies in the world.

Turnover: $ 315,199 million.

7- Sinopec Group

Sinopec Group

Sinopec Group is China’s state-owned oil company based on China Petrochemical Corporation and is the third largest chemical producer in terms of revenue since 2014.

Sinopec was founded in 1998, trading everything related to energy from conventional oil and coal to electricity and steam. The company has expanded, securing contracts with Petro Matad of Mongolia and the EPC contract in Russia, and is not reluctant. Wang Tianpu, president of Sinopec from 2003 to 2014, faced a jail term in January for taking bribes and appropriating state assets during his time at the company.

Turnover: $ 267.518 million.

8- Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Motor Corporation

Toyota Motor Corporation (ト ヨ タ 自動 車 株式会社, Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki-gaisha?) Is a multinational company based in Japan, and is the world’s largest automobile manufacturer by 2015. In terms of international recognition , Toyota is the only car manufacturer in the top 10 ranking to recognize BrandZ.

Turnover: $ 254,694 million.

9- Apple

Apple

Apple Inc. is a US-based computer technology company headquartered in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, California. Apple was incorporated on April 1, 1976 under the name Apple Computer, Inc., and renamed Apple Inc. in early 2007. With annual global sales of $ 13.9 billion (2005), 74 million iPhone devices shipped in the fourth quarter of 2014 alone and more than 98,000 employees in many Country, product is personal computer, software, hardware, music player and many other multimedia devices. The most popular products are the Apple Macintosh computer, iPod (2001), iTunes music player, iPhone (2007), iPad tablet (2010) and Apple Watch (2014-2015). ) operating in many countries around the world.

According to a ranking by global market research firm Millward Brown in 2014, Apple has been crowned the most expensive brand in the world after three years in a row. Google ranked first, Apple ranked second, followed by IBM, Microsoft, McDonald’s, Coca Cola, and Visa.

Turnover: $ 215.639 million.

10- Exxon Mobil

Exxon Mobil

ExxonMobil (formally known as Exxon Mobil Corporation) is a multinational oil and gas corporation of the United States, with the largest turnover in the world with $ 404.5 billion in 2007, a profit of $ 40.6 billion in 2007. Capital is the largest with $ 517.92 billion as of July 20, 2007, the second largest oil corporation in the world, after Rosneft, with daily crude oil production of 6.5 million barrels. Exxon Mobil was incorporated on November 30, 1999 when it merged Exxon and Mobil, headquartered in Irving, Texas, with 106,000 employees. Originally founded by John D. Rockefeller Standard Oil in 1870. Its current manager and chairman is Rex W. Tillerson.

Turnover: $ 205,004 million.

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