Money Making Top 10 Richest Companies in the World

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It seems that multi national companies get bigger and bigger as well of course, as getting richer and richer. Today some of these companies have more employees than small countries have population but then again, they have more wealth than many small countries today. Although sometimes a new name may appear, most of the names on this list appear on it year after year.
This is a list of the top 10 richest companies in the world for the year 2013:
10

Japan Post Holdings

Japan Post Holdings
Japan Post Holdings

Country: Japan
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: 211
Employees: 229,134
CEO: Jiro Saito
This is a Japanese state owned enterprise. Their interests are Insurance, banking and mail delivery.
9

Total S.A.

Total S.A.
Total S.A.

Country: France
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: 222.8
Employees: 11,401
CEO: Christophe de Marjerie
As well as having dealings in all aspects of the oil and gas trade from exploration to power generation, Total is also big in the chemical industry.
8

Petro China

Petro China
Petro China

Country: China
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $223
Employees: 464,000
CEO: Zhou Jiping
This is a government owned oil and gas company which after starting to trade in Shanghai, its value trebled.
7

Toyota Motors

Toyota Motors
Toyota Motors

Country: Japan
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $228
Employees:
CEO: Akio Toyoda
This company was founded in 1937 and includes Hino Motors, Daihatsu and Lexus. As well as making automobiles they also build robots and have a financial services division.
6

State Grid Corporation of China

State Grid Corporation of China
State Grid Corporation of China

Country: China
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $231.6
Employees: 1,564,001
CEO: Liu Zhenya
This is the largest power distribution company in the world and although only distributes power in China, still provides power to millions. Operating since 2002 it now involves itself in power reform and conservation development.
5

Sinopec

Sinopec
Sinopec

Country:   China
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $289.7
Employees: 400,513
CEO: Su Shulin
This is a Chinese state owned oil refinement and production company. The first Chinese company to make it into this top 10 lists, it is now concentrating on renewable energies and the reduction of CO2 emissions.
4

BP

BP
BP

Country: UK
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $297.1
Employees: 97,600
CEO: Anthony B. Haward
Although no longer British Petroleum, it still has its headquarters in the UK but is now the largest oil producer in America and has 22,400 service stations in 80 countries.
3

Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Dutch Shell
Royal Dutch Shell

Country:   Netherlands
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $368.1
Employees: 112,000
CEO: Peter R. Voser
This truly is a global oil and gas company operating in 90 countries, it has 44,000 service stations worldwide.
2

Exxon Mobile

Exxon Mobile
Exxon Mobile

Country:   USA
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $370.1
Employees: 83,000
CEO: Rex W. Tillerson
his company is a descendent of J. D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil and owns 37 refineries in 21 countries with a combined capability to 6.3 million barrels per day, making it the largest oil refining company in the world.
1

Walmart

Walmart
Walmart

Country: USA
Annual Revenue in Billions of $: $421.8
Employees: 2,150,000
CEO: Michael T. Duke
Starting as one department store in Arkansas in 1962, this company has grown to now own 8,500 stores in 15 countries.

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