Fortune Global 500 list announced in 2020: Sinopec second

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 Fortune Global 500 list announced in 2020: Sinopec second


This year, the operating revenue of Fortune 500 enterprises reached 33 trillion US dollars, a record high, close to the total GDP of China and the United States. The threshold for entry into the rankings (minimum sales revenue) also increased from $24.8 billion to $25.4 billion.

This year, Wal Mart has become the worlds largest company for the seventh consecutive year, Sinopec still ranks second, State Grid rises to third, PetroChina ranks fourth, and shell drops to fifth.

In terms of profits, Saudi Aramco still topped the list with a profit of $88.2 billion. Berkshire Hathaway came in second with $81.4 billion in profits, while apple fell third. Industrial, agricultural and construction banks of China (rights protection) continue to rank in the top 10 of the profit list. With the excellent performance of cloud business, Microsofts profit increased by nearly 137% year on year, ranking fifth in the top 10 profit list.

The most striking change in this years list is undoubtedly the historic leap of Chinese mainland companies: this year, the number of Chinese mainland companies (including Hongkong) has reached 124, and for the first time in history, it surpassed the US (121). Together with Taiwan enterprises, there are 133 Chinese companies on the list.

Since the reform and opening up, the scale of Chinese enterprises and the number of large companies have been increasing, which is the result of the development of Chinas overall economic scale. In 1995, the World Trade Organization (WTO) was just established when fortune magazine first published the list of the worlds top 500. China has begun to deepen reform and expand its opening up. By 1997, only four enterprises in mainland China had entered the list. In 2001, China joined the world trade organization, and 12 Chinese enterprises entered the ranking list in that year, and then increased rapidly year by year.

Since 2008, the number of Chinese enterprises in the list has accelerated. First it surpassed Germany, France and Britain, and then Japan. In this years ranking, Chinese mainland enterprises surpassed the US, and the number of enterprises listed on the list ranked first.

However, the profit level of Chinese enterprises is low. In 2019, the 124 Chinese mainland companies listed on average averaged less than $3 billion 600 million, about half of US businesses ($7 billion), and less than 4 billion 100 million of the 500 big companies in the world. Based on these three data, the average sales return rate of Chinese mainland companies was 5.4%, lower than that of American enterprises, and the average return on assets was 9.8%, lower than that of American enterprises by 17%.

If we take into account the differences in the average number of employees employed by Chinese and US listed companies, the gap will be further widened.

This year, Chinas Bank has entered the list of 10, and the profits of the 10 banks account for 44% of the total profits of mainland China enterprises. Compared with more than 50% in previous years, the profit share of the listed banks has decreased significantly, but the proportion is still too high. However, if the banks profit is too high, it will inevitably squeeze the profits of non-financial enterprises. Without calculating the profits of banks, the average profits of 114 non bank companies listed on the Chinese mainland are only about US $2 billion 200 million. In contrast, the average profits of 113 US Non Bank companies reached 6 billion 300 million US dollars, 3 times that of Chinese mainland enterprises.

As we have summed up in previous years: in the past 40 years of reform and opening up, Chinese enterprises have grown from scratch in the first 20 years; since Chinas accession to the WTO, Chinas modern enterprises have grown from small to large. So, this years Chinese enterprises are facing a new challenge, how to change from big to really strong? This is why Chinese leaders proposed in 2017 to cultivate world-class enterprises with global competitiveness.

In this analysis, the author Wang Zhile analyzes the problems and gaps of Chinese companies from the perspective of global competitiveness and soft power based on his years of investigation and Research on global enterprises. And through the study of transnational index, it reveals the real secret of global companies to form super global competitiveness, and points out the direction for Chinese big companies.

In addition, Lloyds jumped to the top of the roe list, while Hengli Group, Taikang Insurance, Castle Peak holdings, country garden and China Life Insurance ranked top among Chinese companies. In the profit margin list, TSMC ranked the highest, Berkshire Hathaway ranked second, and Pfizers profit margin increased significantly year on year, ranking third. Alibaba ranks fifth with a profit margin of nearly 29%.

In terms of ranking changes, Prudential Group has risen 292 places this year. It is worth mentioning that six of the top ten companies that have jumped the fastest in the rankings are insurance companies. The two fastest-growing companies in China are also in the insurance industry, namely, AIA (up 138) and Cathay Pacific Financial Holdings (81).

For comparison, there are seven Internet related companies on the list this year, namely Amazon, alphabet and Facebook in the United States, as well as Jingdong group, Alibaba group, Tencent Holdings Limited and Xiaomi group from China. The ranking of these big Internet companies in China and the United States has improved compared with last year. Among them, the largest increase in ranking is Alibaba, up 50 places.

ranking

Company name

country

One

Wal Mart

U.S.A

Two

Sinopec Group

China

Three

State Grid Corporation (stategrid)

Four

China

Netherlands

Six

Seven

Volkswagen

Germany

Eight

BP

britain

Nine

U.S.A

Toyota Motor

Japan

Eleven

ExxonMobil

U.S.A

Twelve

Apple

Thirteen

U.S.A

Berkshire Hathaway

U.S.A

United Health Group

U.S.A

Sixteen

McKesson

Glencore

Switzerland

Eighteen

China State Construction Engineering

China

Nineteen

Samsung Electronics

he republic of korea

Twenty

Daimler AG

Germany

Ping An insurance (Group) Co., Ltd

China

Twenty-two

Twenty-three

American source Bergen

U.S.A

Twenty-four

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China

China

Twenty-five

Total (total)

France

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd

Twenty-seven

Trafiguragroup

Singapore

Twenty-eight

Netherlands

Twenty-nine

U.S.A

Thirty

China Construction Bank

Ford Motor

U.S.A

Thirty-two

CIGNA

U.S.A

Thirty-three

U.S.A

AXA

France

Thirty-five

Agricultural Bank of China

China

U.S.A

Cardinalhealth

U.S.A

Thirty-eight

JPMorgan Chase

U.S.A

Thirty-nine

Honda Motor

Japan

Forty

U.S.A

Forty-one

Walgreen bootalliance

U.S.A

Forty-two

Mitsubishi Corporation (Mitsubishi)

Japan

Forty-three

Bank of China

China

Forty-four

Verizon Communications

U.S.A

China Life Insurance (Group) Company

China

Forty-six

Allianz Group

Germany

Forty-seven

U.S.A

Forty-eight

Marathon petroleum

U.S.A

Forty-nine

Huawei Investment & holding

China

Fifty

China Railway Engineering Group Co., Ltd

China

Fifty-one

Kroger

U.S.A

Fannie Mae

Fifty-four

China

Fifty-five

Gazprom

Russia

Fifty-six

Germany

Fifty-seven

Russia

Fifty-eight

U.S.A

Fifty-nine

Homedepot

U.S.A

Sixty

Japan Post Holdings

Japan

Phillips66 (phillips66)

U.S.A

Sixty-two

Nippontel graph and telephone

Japan

Sixty-three

Comcast Telecom (Comcast)

U.S.A

Sixty-four

China

Sixty-five

China Mobile Communications

China

Sixty-six

Asicu razionigenerali

Italy

Sixty-seven

France

Sixty-eight

Anthem (Anthem)

U.S.A

Sixty-nine

Wells Fargo

U.S.A

Citigroup

U.S.A

Seventy-one

Valeroenergy

U.S.A

Seventy-two

Itochu, Japan

Japan

HSBC Holdings

britain

Seventy-four

Siemens

Seventy-five

Pacific Construction Group

China

Seventy-six

Rosneftoil

Russia

U.S.A

Seventy-eight

China Communications Construction

Seventy-nine

China Resources Co., Ltd

China

Eighty

Prudential

britain

Eighty-one

Dell technologies

U.S.A

Eighty-two

Nestl

Switzerland

Nissan Motor

Japan

Eighty-four

he republic of korea

Eighty-five

britain

Eighty-six

Deutsche Telekom

Germany

National electric power company of Italy (Enel)

Italy

Eighty-eight

Aviva group

britain

China FAW Group

China

Ninety

China Post Group

China

Ninety-one

American International Group

China

Ninety-two

China Minmetals

China

Ninety-three

Banco Santander

Ninety-four

Softbank group

Japan

Ninety-five

Bosch Group

Germany

Ninety-six

Reliance Industries

India

Ninety-seven

Sk Holdings

Ninety-eight

Carrefour

Ninety-nine

BNP Paribas

France

One hundred

Dongfeng Motor

China

One hundred and one

Peugeot

France

One hundred and two

Jingdong groupuff08 JD.COM )

One hundred and three

Tesco

One hundred and four

Johnson & Johnson

U.S.A

One hundred and five

China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd

China

One hundred and six

One hundred and seven

China

One hundred and eight

China

One hundred and nine

Sinochem Group

One hundred and ten

Electricit? France

France

One hundred and eleven

China Baowu Steel Group

China

One hundred and twelve

Peoples insurance group of China SINSURANCECO.OFCHINA )

China

One hundred and thirteen

Eni oil company (Eni)

Italy

One hundred and fourteen

One hundred and fifteen

AEON, Japan

Japan

One hundred and sixteen

Netherlands

One hundred and seventeen

Target

U.S.A

One hundred and eighteen

International Business Machines

U.S.A

Raytheontechnologies

U.S.A

One hundred and twenty

Brazil

One hundred and twenty-one

Boeing

Sony

Japan

Enesholdings

One hundred and twenty-four

One hundred and twenty-five

Freddie Mac

U.S.A

One hundred and twenty-six

Citicgroup, China

China

Centene (centene)

U.S.A

One hundred and twenty-eight

Royal aholddelhaize

Netherlands

United Parcel Service

U.S.A

One hundred and thirty

Japan

One hundred and thirty-one

Germany

Alibaba Group

China

One hundred and thirty-three

Pemex

One hundred and thirty-four

Beijing Automotive Group

China

One hundred and thirty-five

Munich reinsurance group

Germany

One hundred and thirty-six

China

Lowes

U.S.A

One hundred and thirty-eight

Intel Corporation

U.S.A

One hundred and thirty-nine

Zurich Insurance Group

Switzerland

One hundred and forty

PTT National Petroleum Company Limited

Thailand

One hundred and forty-one

U.S. Postal Service

One hundred and forty-two

Germany

BASF Corporation (BASF)

One hundred and forty-four

U.S.A

Sinopharm

China

One hundred and forty-six

One hundred and forty-seven

China

One hundred and forty-eight

FEDEX

U.S.A

One hundred and forty-nine

U.S.A

Waltdisney

One hundred and fifty-one

Indian oil

India

One hundred and fifty-two

China Evergrande group

China

One hundred and fifty-three

Japan

One hundred and fifty-four

China Ordnance Industries Group

China

Brookfield asset management

Procter & Gamble

U.S.A

One hundred and fifty-seven

China Power Construction Corporation (PowerChina)

China

One hundred and fifty-eight

China Telecom communications

China

Engie group (engie)

France

One hundred and sixty

PepsiCo

U.S.A

One hundred and sixty-one

One hundred and sixty-two

Bank of Communications

China

One hundred and sixty-three

China Aviation Industry Corporationuff08 AVIATIONINDUSTRYCORP.OFCHINA )

One hundred and sixty-four

CHEMCHINA

China

One hundred and sixty-five

First life Holdings Limited

Japan

One hundred and sixty-six

U.S.A

One hundred and sixty-seven

Prudential Financial Group

U.S.A

One hundred and sixty-eight

ADM (Archer Daniels Midland)

U.S.A

One hundred and sixty-nine

Equinor (equinor)

Norway

One hundred and seventy

Lloyds Banking Group

britain

One hundred and seventy-one

Rochegroup, Switzerland

Switzerland

One hundred and seventy-two

Mitsui products Co., Ltd. (Mitsui)

Japan

One hundred and seventy-three

Japan

One hundred and seventy-four

Albertons

U.S.A

One hundred and seventy-five

France

Greenland Holding Group Limited

One hundred and seventy-seven

Toyota Tsusho

Japan

Seven & I Holdings (seven & iholdings)

One hundred and seventy-nine

Sisco (Sysco)

U.S.A

Christian Dior

France

One hundred and eighty-one

Manulife Financial

One hundred and eighty-two

Lockheed Martin

One hundred and eighty-three

Alimentationcouche tard (alimentationcouche tard)

Canada

One hundred and eighty-four

Hewlett Packard (HP)

U.S.A

Unilever

UK / Netherlands

One hundred and eighty-six

Malaysia

China Building Materials Group

China

One hundred and eighty-eight

Tokyo Electric Power

Japan

One hundred and eighty-nine

China Merchants Bank

China

One hundred and ninety

Oil & natural gas

India

One hundred and ninety-one

China

One hundred and ninety-two

France

One hundred and ninety-three

China Pacific Insurance (Group)

China

One hundred and ninety-four

POSCO, Korea

he republic of korea

Vinci group

France

One hundred and ninety-six

Auchan holding

One hundred and ninety-seven

Tencent Holdings Limited

China

One hundred and ninety-eight

Nipponsteel Corporation

Japan

One hundred and ninety-nine

Cnpassurances

France

Two hundred

Energytransfer (energytransfer)

U.S.A

Two hundred and one

Telef? Nica

Two hundred and two

Goldman Sachs Group

U.S.A

Two hundred and three

U.S.A

U.S.A

Two hundred and five

Anheuser-buschinbev

Belgium

Two hundred and six

Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group

China

Two hundred and seven

LG Electronics

Vanke Enterprise Co., Ltd. (chinavanke)

China

Am? RICAM? Vil

Mexico

Two hundred and ten

Wuchan Zhongda Group

China

Two hundred and eleven

U.S.A

Two hundred and twelve

China

JBS Brazil (JBS)

Brazil

Bayer Group (Bayer)

Germany

Pfizer Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (Pfizer)

U.S.A

Two hundred and sixteen

ITA? Unibanco holding

Two hundred and seventeen

China Aluminum Corporationuff08 ALUMINUMCORP.OFCHINA )

China

Two hundred and eighteen

Hbisgroup

China

Two hundred and nineteen

HCA healthcare (HCA healthcare)

Two hundred and twenty

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank

Two hundred and twenty-one

State Bank of India

India

Two hundred and twenty-two

Industrial Bank

China

Royal Bank of Canada

Canada

Two hundred and twenty-four

Lenovo Group

China

Two hundred and twenty-five

Novartis

Switzerland

Two hundred and twenty-six

Tokyo Marine Fire Insurance Company

Japan

Two hundred and twenty-seven

he republic of korea

Two hundred and twenty-eight

Vodafone group

britain

Two hundred and twenty-nine

he republic of korea

Two hundred and thirty

Continental (continental)

Two hundred and thirty-one

American International Group

U.S.A

Two hundred and thirty-two

Germany

Two hundred and thirty-three

Swiss Re Ag (swissre)

Switzerland

Two hundred and thirty-four

Xiamen Jianfa Group Co., Ltd. (xiamenc & D)

China

Two hundred and thirty-five

China Merchants Group

Two hundred and thirty-six

Idemitsukosan, Japan

Japan

Two hundred and thirty-seven

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group

Japan

Sumitomo

Japan

China Minsheng Banking

China

Two hundred and forty

Two hundred and forty-one

KDDI Telecom (KDDI)

Japan

Two hundred and forty-two

Group bpce

France

Two hundred and forty-three

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group

China

Two hundred and forty-four

Saint-Gobain

France

Repsol (Repsol)

Spain

MS & AD insurance Group Holdings Limited

Japan

Two hundred and forty-seven

Denso

Japan

ThyssenKrupp

Orange (Orange)

France

Two hundred and fifty

China

American Express

U.S.A

Two hundred and fifty-two

Delta Air Lines

Two hundred and fifty-three

China Everbright Group

China

Two hundred and fifty-four

Bancobil baovizcayaargentaria

Spain

E.ON

Germany

Merck

U.S.A

Two hundred and fifty-seven

American Airlines Group

U.S.A

Two hundred and fifty-eight

Charter Communications

Two hundred and fifty-nine

Sweden

Two hundred and sixty

Woolworth group

Two hundred and sixty-one

Bhpgroup

Australia

Two hundred and sixty-two

Two hundred and sixty-three

Allstate

U.S.A

Ocean Shipping Co., Ltd

China

Two hundred and sixty-five

Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum (Group)

China

Two hundred and sixty-six

China Huaneng Group

China

Two hundred and sixty-seven

Canada

Two hundred and sixty-eight

Bancobradesco, Brazil

Brazil

Two hundred and sixty-nine

Pegatron

Two hundred and seventy

New York Life Insurance Company

U.S.A

Talanx (talanx)

Germany

Two hundred and seventy-two

National wide

Two hundred and seventy-three

Shaanxicoal & Chemical Industry

China

Two hundred and seventy-four

ACS group (ACS)

Spain

Two hundred and seventy-five

Best buy

U.S.A

Two hundred and seventy-six

Two hundred and seventy-seven

Two hundred and seventy-eight

Liberty Mutual Insurance Group

U.S.A

Two hundred and seventy-nine

Accenture

Ireland

Two hundred and eighty

Rio Tinto Group

britain

China Machinery Industry Group Co., Ltd. (Sinomach)

China

britain

Two hundred and eighty-three

Dow (Dow)

U.S.A

Two hundred and eighty-four

China

Two hundred and eighty-five

Wilmar International

Singapore

Bouygues, France

France

Two hundred and eighty-seven

U.S.A

Two hundred and eighty-eight

Banco do Brasil

Brazil

Two hundred and eighty-nine

France

Two hundred and ninety

China United Network Communications Co., Ltd

China

Two hundred and ninety-one

Germany

U.S.A

Two hundred and ninety-three

UBS group

Switzerland

Two hundred and ninety-four

Metro

Germany

Two hundred and ninety-five

China

Cedarholdings group

China

Two hundred and ninety-seven

Bunge

U.S.A

Xiangyu Group (xmxyg)

China

M & G company (M & G)

britain

Mitsubishi Electric Co., Ltd

Japan

Three hundred and one

Jardine Matheson

China

Zffriedrichshafen

Germany

Three hundred and three

Iberdrola (Iberdrola)

Spain

Three hundred and four

Lufthansa group

Germany

China Aviation Oil Group

China

Teacher retirement Foundation (TIAA)

U.S.A

Midea Group

China

Three hundred and eight

Bharatpetroleum

India

Three hundred and ten

Intesa Sanpaolo

Italy

Daiwahouseindustry

Japan

Edekazentrale

Germany

Three hundred and thirteen

Fresenius group

Three hundred and fourteen

Oracle

U.S.A

Three hundred and fifteen

Magna International

Canada

Three hundred and sixteen

State Power Investment Corporation

China

General Dynamics

U.S.A

Sncfgroup

France

Three hundred and nineteen

Three hundred and twenty

Maersk Group

Three hundred and twenty-one

German central bank for cooperation (dzbank)

Three hundred and twenty-two

Nike (Nike)

U.S.A

Three hundred and twenty-three

Progressive insurance company

Three hundred and twenty-four

China

Three hundred and twenty-five

Publixsupermarkets

U.S.A

Three hundred and twenty-six

Brazil

Three hundred and twenty-seven

Barplays

britain

Three hundred and twenty-eight

Ckhutchisonholdings

Three hundred and twenty-nine

Tsing Shan holding group

Three hundred and thirty

Canada

Enbridge (enbridge)

Three hundred and thirty-two

China Aerospace Science & Industry

China

Three hundred and thirty-three

Vale (vale)

Brazil

Three hundred and thirty-four

Three hundred and thirty-five

Coca Cola

U.S.A

Massacusettsmutualifeinsurence

U.S.A

Three hundred and thirty-seven

Tata Motors, India

India

Three hundred and thirty-eight

Phoenix Group Holdings

britain

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Japan

ABB Group (ABB)

Switzerland

Three hundred and forty-one

Techdata (techdata)

U.S.A

Netherlands

Three hundred and forty-three

Jiangxi Copper Corporation

China

Three hundred and forty-four

J. Sainsbury

Three hundred and forty-five

World Fuel Services

U.S.A

Bauer group of Canadauff08 POWERCORP.OFCANADA )

Honeywell International

U.S.A

Three hundred and forty-eight

ConocoPhillips

U.S.A

Three hundred and forty-nine

Mizuho finance group

Three hundred and fifty

Post Italiane

Italy

Three hundred and fifty-one

Jiangsu Shagang Group

China

Three hundred and fifty-two

China

Three hundred and fifty-three

China Energy Engineering Group

China

Three hundred and fifty-four

Yangolong kinggroup Co., Ltd

United Services Automotive Association

U.S.A

Fujitsu

Three hundred and fifty-seven

Credit Suisse Group

Switzerland

Three hundred and fifty-eight

Bank of Nova Scotia

Canada

Three hundred and fifty-nine

Aisin Seiki

Japan

Three hundred and sixty

Lyondellbaselines industries

Netherlands

Crrcgroup

China

China

Three hundred and sixty-three

Sompoholdings Limited

Three hundred and sixty-four

Exelon Corporation (Exelon)

U.S.A

Three hundred and sixty-five

Japan

Three hundred and sixty-six

Switzerland

Three hundred and sixty-seven

Anhui Conch Group

China

Three hundred and sixty-eight

Northrop Grumman, USA

Three hundred and sixty-nine

Jinchuan Group

China

Three hundred and seventy

China Huadian Corporation

China

Three hundred and seventy-one

Louis Dreyfus

Netherlands

Three hundred and seventy-two

Capital one financial

U.S.A

Three hundred and seventy-three

U.S.A

Cathay Financial Holding Co., Ltd

China

Three hundred and seventy-five

France

Three hundred and seventy-six

Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings

Japan

Three hundred and seventy-seven

Quanta Computer

Three hundred and seventy-eight

U.S.A

Three hundred and seventy-nine

British American Tobacco Group

britain

Three hundred and eighty

Canon

Japan

Three hundred and eighty-one

China Electronics Technology Group

China

Three hundred and eighty-two

Schlumberger

U.S.A

U.S.A

Enterprise products partners

U.S.A

Three hundred and eighty-five

Hyundai Mobis

he republic of korea

Three hundred and eighty-six

China Electronics Industry Group Co., Ltd

China

Three hundred and eighty-seven

Bridgestone

Japan

Three hundred and eighty-eight

Northwest Mutual Life Insurance Company

U.S.A

Three hundred and eighty-nine

3M company (3m)

U.S.A

Three hundred and ninety

Japan

Three hundred and ninety-one

Japan

Three hundred and ninety-two

China

Abbott Laboratories

U.S.A

CHS company (CHS)

Three hundred and ninety-five

britain

Three hundred and ninety-six

China

Three hundred and ninety-seven

CRH Corporation (CRH)

Ireland

INDITEX (INDITEX)

Spain

Three hundred and ninety-nine

Travelers (travelers)

U.S.A

Four hundred

Mazda Motor Co., Ltd

Japan

Four hundred and one

China

Four hundred and two

Toshiba

Japan

Fubon Financial Holding Co., Ltd

China

Four hundred and four

Four hundred and five

Subaru

Japan

Four hundred and six

China

Four hundred and seven

Coles group

Australia

Medtronic

Ireland

Four hundred and nine

China National Petroleum Corporation (CPC)

China

Four hundred and ten

Germany

Four hundred and eleven

Air France klmgroup

France

Veolia environnement

France

Four hundred and thirteen

Schneider Electric

France

Japan

Four hundred and fifteen

Cmacgm

France

Four hundred and sixteen

Australia

Medipal Holdings

Japan

Sunlife financial group

Canada

Four hundred and nineteen

Anglo American

britain

Mexico

Philipmorris International

U.S.A

Four hundred and twenty-two

Xiaomi group

China

Four hundred and twenty-three

Shanghai Construction Group Co., Ltd

China

China

Four hundred and twenty-five

Coop group

Switzerland

KB financial group

he republic of korea

Four hundred and twenty-seven

Suncor Energy

Canada

Four hundred and twenty-eight

Kansai Electric Power

Japan

Shougang Group

China

Four hundred and thirty

Bank of Montreal

Canada

U.S.A

Four hundred and thirty-two

BT group

britain

Four hundred and thirty-three

French post (lapost)

Four hundred and thirty-four

China National Industries Group

Four hundred and thirty-five

Green electric appliances Co., Ltd

Four hundred and thirty-seven

he republic of korea

Four hundred and thirty-eight

poland

Four hundred and thirty-nine

Johnson Controls International

Ireland

Centrica, UK

britain

Arrow Electronics

U.S.A

Four hundred and forty-two

China

Four hundred and forty-three

Xinjiang Guanghui industrial investment (Group) Co., Ltd

Four hundred and forty-four

Linde Group (Linde)

Four hundred and forty-five

Sumitomo electronics industries

Japan

International Airlines Group

britain

Four hundred and forty-seven

GS Caltex

Four hundred and forty-eight

Switzerland

Four hundred and forty-nine

Huaxia insurance company

China

Four hundred and fifty

Japanese electric company (NEC)

Four hundred and fifty-one

Safran group

France

Wistron group

China

Four hundred and fifty-three

Danone

Four hundred and fifty-four

Chubuelectricpower

Japan

Four hundred and fifty-five

Shenghong Holding Group Limited

Four hundred and fifty-six

Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group

Four hundred and fifty-seven

U.S.A

Four hundred and fifty-eight

Financi u00e8 redelodet (financi? Redelodet)

France

Shandong Iron & Steel Group Co., Ltd

China

Four hundred and sixty

Dollargeneral

U.S.A

Four hundred and sixty-one

Achmea (Achmea)

Netherlands

Four hundred and sixty-three

China

Four hundred and sixty-four

Mapfregroup

Spain

Four hundred and sixty-five

China Datang Group Corporation

China

U.s.bancorp

U.S.A

Four hundred and sixty-seven

Samsung Life Insurance

he republic of korea

Four hundred and sixty-eight

Hailianggroup

China

Four hundred and sixty-nine

Unicredgroup

Italy

East Japan Railway Co., Ltd

Japan

Koc group (Ko? Holding)

urkey

Four hundred and seventy-two

Michelin

France

Four hundred and seventy-three

Shanghai Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd

China

Four hundred and seventy-four

Heinekenholding

Netherlands

Four hundred and seventy-five

X5 Retail Group

Netherlands

Four hundred and seventy-six

Switzerland

China General Technology (Group) Holding Co., Ltd

China

Starbucks (Starbucks)

U.S.A

Four hundred and seventy-nine

Randstad

Netherlands

Four hundred and eighty

Four hundred and eighty-one

Samsung C & T (samsungc & T)

Four hundred and eighty-two

Fomentoecon? Micomexicano

Four hundred and eighty-three

Omvgroup

Austria

Four hundred and eighty-four

Adeccogroup

Four hundred and eighty-five

Shanxi Coking Coal Group Co., Ltd

China

Henan Energy & Chemical

Four hundred and eighty-seven

Bristol-Myers Squibb

U.S.A

Four hundred and eighty-eight

Nokia

Four hundred and eighty-nine

Shanxiluan Mining Group

Four hundred and ninety

Guangxi Investment Group Co., Ltd

China

Four hundred and ninety-one

Australia

Four hundred and ninety-two

Spain

China National Nuclear Corporation

China

Four hundred and ninety-four

U.S.A

Four hundred and ninety-five

U.S.A

Four hundred and ninety-six

China National Coal Group

China

Four hundred and ninety-seven

Paccar

Thermofisher scientific

U.S.A

Four hundred and ninety-nine

Yangquan Coal Industry Group Co., Ltd

China

Five hundred

Shanxi Jincheng Anthracite Mining Group

China

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