Rank Company Name Revenues ($b) Profits ($b)
1 Royal Dutch Shell 481.7 26.6
2 Wal-Mart Stores 469.2 17.0
3 Exxon Mobil 449.9 44.9
4 Sinopec Group 428.2 8.2
5 China National Petroleum 408.6 18.2
6 BP 388.3 11.6
7 State Grid 298.4 12.3
8 Toyota Motor 265.7 11.6
9 Volkswagen 247.6 27.9
10 Total 234.3 13.7
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