How businesses compare to the world’s economies

If the 10th largest global corporation – BP – were a country, it would be the 27th biggest in the world. That’s bigger than Switzerland.

If Apple were a country, it would be the 25th biggest in the world. That’s bigger than Belgium.

If Toyota Motor were a country, it would be the 23rd biggest in the world. Volkswagen would be 22nd. Exxon Mobil 21st. They are all bigger than India.

If Royal Dutch Shell – the world’s fifth largest corporation – were a country, it would be the 18th largest. That’s bigger than Mexico.

If Sinopec Group were a country, it would be 16th biggest in the world.

China National Petroleum would be 15th. State Grid 14th. They are all bigger than South Korea.

If the world’s largest corporation – Walmart – were a country, it would be the 10th biggest in the world. Bigger than Spain and Australia.

Ref: World Economic Forum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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