Asia
Asia
Rank
Company Global
500
rank
City Revenues
($ millions)
1 Sinopec Group 5 Beijing 273,422
2 China National Petroleum 6 Beijing 240,192
3 State Grid 7 Beijing 226,294
4 Toyota Motor 8 Toyota 221,760
5 Japan Post Holdings 9 Tokyo 203,958
6 Samsung Electronics 22 Seoul 133,781
7 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone 31 Tokyo 120,316
8 Hitachi 40 Tokyo 108,766
9 Honda Motor 45 Tokyo 104,342
10 Nissan Motor 48 Yokohama 102,430
11 Panasonic 50 Osaka 101,491
12 Hyundai Motor 55 Seoul 97,408
13 JX Holdings 58 Tokyo 95,964
14 Hon Hai Precision Industry 60 Tucheng City 95,191
15 Sony 73 Tokyo 83,845
16 Industrial & Commercial Bank of China 77 Beijing 80,501
17 Nippon Life Insurance 81 Osaka 78,571
18 SK Holdings 82 Seoul 78,435
19 Petronas 86 Kuala Lumpur 76,876
20 China Mobile Communications 87 Beijing 76,673
21 Toshiba 89 Tokyo 74,706
22 China Railway Group 95 Beijing 69,973
23 Indian Oil 98 New Delhi 68,837
24 China Railway Construction 105 Beijing 67,414
25 China Construction Bank 108 Beijing 67,081
26 China Life Insurance 113 Beijing 64,635
27 Tokyo Electric Power 118 Tokyo 62,680
28 Mitsubishi 125 Tokyo 60,793
29 Agricultural Bank of China 127 Beijing 60,536
30 PTT 128 Bangkok 59,930
31 Seven & I Holdings 131 Tokyo 59,252
32 Bank of China 132 Beijing 59,212
33 AEON 133 Chiba 58,983
34 Reliance Industries 134 Mumbai 58,900
35 Noble Group 139 Hong Kong 56,696
36 Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance 141 Tokyo 56,309
37 Dongfeng Motor 145 Wuhan 55,748
38 China State Construction Engineering 147 Beijing 54,721
39 Mitsui 148 Tokyo 54,635
40 China Southern Power Grid 149 Guangzhou 54,449
41 Shanghai Automotive 151 Shanghai 54,257
42 Dai-ichi Life Insurance 153 Tokyo 53,375
43 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group 157 Tokyo 52,877
44 Fujitsu 158 Tokyo 52,871
45 POSCO 161 Seoul 52,462
46 China National Offshore Oil 162 Beijing 52,408
47 Sinochem Group 168 Beijing 49,537
48 LG Electronics 171 Seoul 48,236
49 Nippon Steel 173 Tokyo 47,984
50 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group 189 Tokyo 44,902
From the July 25, 2011 issue
Editor's note: Chrysler Group was erroneously omitted from the Global 500 listing. With revenue of $41.9 billion, Chrysler ranks No.205 among all the companies in the world and 61st in the U.S. As a result, Bristol-Myers Squibb, which had ranked No.500, falls off the list. Updates may be found for the full list, rankings by country, and the list of arrivals. Fortune regrets the error.
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Company 2010 Number of Employees
Wal-Mart Stores 2,100,000
China National Petroleum 1,674,541
State Grid 1,564,000
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Nestlé $32,843
Gazprom $31,895
Exxon Mobil $30,460
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