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Gazprom Took First Place In The World In EBITDA Indicator
7.05.2014 22:39
Gazprom Took First Place In The World In EBITDA Indicator
(Source: http://moldnews.md/rus/news)

Gazprom has become the world's largest publicly traded company in terms of EBITDA characteristics and ranked fifth on the net profit.

      As noted, Gazprom has risen from 3rd to 1st place due to growth in EBITDA by 22% at once up to 2.009 trillion rubles. Meanwhile, for ExxonMobil and Apple - last year's leaders - the corresponding figure dropped: by 12.6% from $ 65.77 billion to $ 57.5 billion and by 4,7% from $ 58,5 billion to $ 55.76 billion, respectively. In 2013, company's revenues increased by 10% up to 5.25 trillion rubles. Net income fell by 7% and amounted to 1.139 trillion rubles.

      As the newspaper writes, that did not stop Gazprom from taking 5th place in terms of net profit among public companies. It was also noted that in 2011 the company became the most profitable in the world, according to Fortune magazine rating. Back then, the group’s consolidated net profit amounted to $ 44.46 billion.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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