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23 Russian Companies Entered the List of the Largest in the World
15.05.2020 23:00
23 Russian Companies Entered the List of the Largest in the World

The American Forbes magazine published an annual rating of   the largest public companies in the world. The list included 23 Russian companies - one more than a year earlier.

      10 Russian companies that took the highest positions in the rating:


  •     Gazprom (32nd position, market value $ 60.8 billion);

  •     Rosneft (53, $ 48.1 billion);

  •     LUKOIL (99, $ 41.2 billion);

  •     Surgutneftegas (251, $ 17.9 billion);

  •     NOVATEK (316, $ 42.6 billion);

  •     Sberbank (402, $ 59.9 billion);

  •     Transneft (405, $ 13.4 billion);

  •     Norilsk Nickel (424, $ 43.8 billion);

  •     VTB (452, $ 6.1 billion);

  •     Tatneft (539, $ 16.7 billion).



This year, the United Aircraft Corporation and RusHydro dropped out of the rating. The list includes companies from 64 countries. The main criteria for getting into the rating were sales, revenues, assets and market value of the company. The first place went to ICBC Chinese Bank, which market value makes $ 242.3 billion. The second place is taken by China Construction Bank ($ 203.8 billion), the third  - by JPMorgan Chase ($ 291.7 billion).

      Also, Forbes noted that the rating indicators were strongly influenced by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The market value of most companies in the list has decreased significantly compared to last year.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian companies Sberbank Lukoil Gazprom  

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