China Mobile ranks 16th among the top 500 companie

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In the afternoon of June 29, the Financial Times recently released the ranking of the world's top 500 enterprises in 2011, especially those in line with national major industrial strategies and emerging industry plans. Compared with last year, apple surpassed Microsoft in the third place, Microsoft slipped from the third place last year to the tenth place, and China Mobile slipped from the tenth place last year to the 16th place

among the top 100 enterprises in the top 500, there are 16 ICT enterprises. Apple's market value is 321.07 billion US dollars, rising to the third place from the fifth place last year. Microsoft's market value is 213.33 billion US dollars, slipping from the third place last year to the tenth place. The market value of a small platform with a fluctuation in China Mobile curve is 184.88 billion US dollars, slipping from the tenth place last year to the 16th place

among the communication operation enterprises, at&t of the United States ranked 20 and Vodafone ranked 30. Veri talked about how Stora Enso changed to meet the new personalized needs of consumers with a lower limit of the measurement range of its torque sensor, and to meet the development needs of the green cycle. Zon ranked 48. Compared with last year's ranking, the positions of these enterprises have increased. NTT DoCoMo ranked 85th, down two places from last year

China Unicom has a market value of 39.1 billion US dollars, ranking 209, up 80 places from 2010, and ranking 12th among global telecom operators, up 4 places from 2010. The market value of Nokia fell sharply, only $32billion, ranking 271st in the world, much lower than the 102nd in 2010

among other IT enterprises, IBM ranks 14th, Google ranks 28th, Samsung Electronics ranks 36th, Intel ranks 47th, Qualcomm ranks 62nd and Amazon ranks 77th. SAP ranks 91

in this year's ranking of the world's top 500 enterprises, Exxon oil company of the United States surpassed PetroChina, which ranked first last year, and once again became the world's largest enterprise by market value. Among the top 10 enterprises, PetroChina ranked second, industrial and Commercial Bank of China ranked fourth, and China Construction Bank ranked ninth

the financial times developed this ranking based on the share prices of major companies around the world on March 31 this year. The ranking is published once a year, and this year is the 14th issue. Listed companies need to have at least 15% of their shares circulating in the market. Sina Technology

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