The economy of France has seen better days than yesteryear, and the numbers and forecasts are not too bright either. Yet we believe that the country's biggest companies will be the supporting pillars of the national economy, and compiled this top 25 largest companies in France by revenue in 2020.
Asia is home for a lot of companies, mentioned in the Forbes and Fortune yearly ratings, most of them located in China. Check the article below to see, what are the other economy leaders across the continent and what companies could be investment attractive.
Being an air and marine passengers and cargo transportation, water supply, oil & gas transit, financial world hub, Singapore counts on all sorts of taxes and licence fees as on one of its government main revenue sources.
The top 20 US companies by revenue in 2022 is a list that is constantly changing. In order to stay ahead of the competition, businesses must focus on innovation and customer satisfaction. These are two factors that contribute to a company's success. In this post, we will take a look at the top companies by profit in 2022 and see how they became so successful.
2021 was the first year Mexico’s gross public sector debt dropped after its drastic and continuous growth for the last 12 years, peaking in 2016. The country’s public debt made its way from 37% in 2005 to 58% of GDP in 2016 and to 54% in 2018. It is still high for the region, but it is on a downward path due to the recent changes in fiscal policies.
Even though the EU was shaken by the crisis, Italy still keeps its high position in Europe’s investment attractive countries rating. We created this list to help you discover the best companies to invest in, that includes their precise annual revenue and information on the history, ownership, total assets, former and current partners, number of customers and the market share.
The European pharmaceutical industry, busy with research and innovation, is passing from the personalised medicines opportunities to those provided by big data. Growing annual sales of most prominent pharma companies can serve as proof.
Although hundreds of finance and insurance companies leave the UK in an attempt to avoid the adverse effects of Brexit, this industry is still powerful. It employs almost 1.5 million people and adds nearly $150M average gross value yearly to the British economy. The country still can provide attractive investment possibilities to foreign businesses in the finance and insurance field.