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Fortune Global 500 Largest Corporation For 2008

Top 25 world’s largest corporations ranking by Fortune Global 500

  1. Wal-Mart Stores – General Merchandisers – United States
    Revenue: USD 378,799 million Profits: USD 12,731 million
    Employees: 2,055,000
  2. Exxon Mobil – Petroleum Refining – United States
    Revenue: USD 372,824 million Profits: USD 40,610 million
    Employees: 107,100
  3. Royal Dutch Shell – Petroleum Refining – Netherlands
    Revenue: USD 355,782 million Profits: USD 31,331 million
    Employees: 104,000
  4. BP – Petroleum Refining – Britain
    Revenue: USD 291,438 million Profits: USD 20,845 million
    Employees: 97,600
  5. Toyota Motor – Motor Vehicles and Parts – Japan
    Revenue: USD 230,200 million Profits: USD 15,042 million
    Employees: 316,121
  6. Chevron – Petroleum Refining – United States
    Revenue: USD 210,783 million Profits: USD 18,688 million
    Employees: 65,035
  7. ING – Banks: Commercial and Savings – Netherlands
    Revenue: USD 201,516 million Profits: USD 12,648 million
    Employees: 120,282
  8. Total – Petroleum Refining – France
    Revenue: USD 187,279 million Profits: USD 18,041 million
    Employees: 96,442
  9. General Motors – Motor Vehicles and Parts – United States
    Revenue: USD 182,347 million Profits: USD -38,732 million
    Employees: 266,000
  10. ConocoPhilips – Petroleum Refining – United States
    Revenue: USD 178,558 million Profits: USD 11,891 million
    Employees: 32,600
  11. Daimler – Motor Vehicles and Parts – Germany
    Revenue: USD 177,167 million Profits: USD 5,446 million
    Employees: 272,382
  12. General Electric – Diversified Financials – United States
    Revenue: USD 176,656 million Profits: USD 22,208 million
    Employees: 327,000
  13. Ford Motor – Motor Vehicles and Parts – United States
    Revenue: USD 172,468 million Profits: USD -2,723 million
    Employees: 246,000
  14. Fortis – Bank: Commercial and Savings – Belgium/Netherlands
    Revenue: USD 164,877 million Profits: USD 5,466 million
    Employees: 62,009
  15. AXA – Insurance: Life and Health – France
    Revenue: USD 162,762 million Profits: USD 7,755 million
    Employees: 103,534
  16. Sinopec – Petroleum Refining – China
    Revenue: USD 159,259 million Profits: USD 4,165 million
    Employees: 634,011
  17. Citigroup – Banks: Commercial and Savings – United States
    Revenue: USD 159,229 million Profits: USD 3,617 million
    Employees: 380,500
  18. Volkswagen – Motor Vehicles and Parts – Germany
    Revenue: USD 149,054 million Profits: USD 5,639 million
    Employees: 329,305
  19. Dexia Group – Banks: Commercial and Savings – Belgium
    Revenue: USD 147,648 million Profits: USD 3,467 million
    Employees: 35,202
  20. HSBC Holdings – Banks: Commercial and Savings – Britain
    Revenue: USD 146,500 million Profits: USD 19,133 million
    Employees: 322,282
  21. BNP Paribas – Banks: Commercial and Savings – France
    Revenue: USD 140,726 million Profits: USD 10,706 million
    Employees: 162,700
  22. Allianz – Insurance: Property and Casualty – Germany
    Revenue: USD 140,618 million Profits: USD 10,903 million
    Employees: 181,207
  23. Crédit Agricole – Banks: Commercial and Savings – France
    Revenue: USD 138,154 million Profits: USD 8,171 million
    Employees: 163,126
  24. State Grid – Utilities – China
    Revenue: USD 132,885 million Profits: USD 4,422 million
    Employees: 1,486,000
  25. China National Petroleum – Petroleum Refining- China
    Revenue: USD 129,798 million Profits: USD 14,925 million
    Employees: 1,117,345

Source : Fortune Global 500 for 2008

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