The Forbes Global 2000 is an annual ranking of the world’s top 2000 public companies published by Forbes magazine since 2003. The companies are ranked according to four basic metrics: profit, sales, assets and market value.
In total, the world's 2000 biggest public companies account for $169 trillion in assets, $35 trillion in revenues, $2 trillion in profits and $48 trillion in market value, according to the 2017 list.
The world's largest company by market value is still Apple, however, the technology industry juggernaut from Cupertino is not the leader by the overall score.
For the third time, China’s three biggest banks occupied the top three places. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China tops the ranking for the fifth consecutive year, while The Bank of China moved to the 8th place in the list knocked down by Berkshire Hathaway that moved at the 3th place, which makes Warren Buffett’s conglomerate one of the largest U.S. public company this year, followed by JPMorgan Chase.
The Forbes Global 2000 is an annual ranking of the world’s top 2000 public companies published by Forbes magazine since 2003. The companies are ranked according to four basic metrics: profit, sales, assets and market value - and are broken down by industries, including 28 companies from Iron and Steel Industry.In total, the world's 28 biggest public companies from Iron and Steel industry account for $1.62 trillion in assets, $513 billion in revenues, and $300 billion in market value, according to the 2016 list. The world's largest steel company by market value is Citic Pacific, Hong Cong based company.
The Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) is founded on the premise that Food & Beverage manufacturers can make a strong contribution to addressing poor nutrition and related diseases. By assessing and ranking the world’s largest manufacturers on their nutrition-related commitments, practices and performance globally.
Source : Global Nutrition Index (GNI), 2013