Saturday, 11 April 2009

47 Indian cos among World Biggest 2000 cos List by Forbes

Forbes is an American publishing and media company. The magazine is well-known for its lists, including its lists of the richest American.According to the latest World biggest 2000 companies list by Forbes as many as 47 Indian companies,have made its position into the list. The rankings have been compiled on the basis of a composite score of sales, profit, assets and market capitalisation. The list is topped by General Electric, followed by Dutch oil and gas major Royal Dutch Shell, Japan's Toyota Motor, ExxonMobil and UK's BP in that order. None of the Indian companies has managed to find a place among the top 100 firms this year as well. The Indian presence is almost evenly divided among the private and state-run companies.

Mukesh Ambani-promoted RIL, State Bank of India, and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation are among the top 200 companies ranked 121st, 150th and 152nd, respectively, on the list. Further the list include Indian Oil (207th), NTPC (317th), ICICI Bank (329th), Tata Steel (463rd) and Bharti Airtel (508th). 

Other Indian companies on the list: SAIL (582), Reliance Communication (689), Larsen & Toubro (773), BPCL(795), BHEL(796), HDFC (808), TCS(834), Hindalco Industries (848), HDFC Bank (864), DLF (883), Infosys( 891), Punjab National bank (946), ITC (987), Wipro (989), Bank of India (997), HPCL (1,002), GAIL (1,037) and NMDC (1,057), Canara Bank (1,059), PGCIL(1,085), Tata Motors (1,157), Bank of Baroda (1,184), Power Finance (1,324), Axis Bank (1,332), Union Bank of India (1,350), Grasim Industries (1,380), Indian Overseas Bank (1,462), Sun Pharma (1,522), M&M (1,529), Allahabad Bank (1,629), Indian Bank (1,659), Syndicate Bank (1,663), I,DBI Bank (1698), Central Bank of India (1,724), JSPL (1,793), NALCO (1,794), OBC (1,869), UCO Bank (1,872) and Hero Honda (1,939).

New Entrants: Four Indian companies, Hero Honda Motors, Sun Pharma, Indian Bank and Jindal Steel and Power Ltd are the new entrants to the list. 
Indian cos Out of the List: Five Indian companies -- scam-hit IT firm Satyam Computer, realty firm Unitech, Suzlon Energy and two Anil Ambani group firms Reliance Power and Reliance Capital -- have been dropped out of the Forbes 'Global 2000 List' this year. 

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