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Monday, 29 May, 2017 | 14:12 WIB
Six Indonesian Companies Make Forbes Global 2000 List

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Forbes Magazine has released the 2017 Global 2000 List. The indicators include sales, profit, assets and market value.

Six Indonesian companies are named in the Forbes Global 2000 list: state-owned lenders Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), Bank Mandiri, Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), private lender Bank Central Asia (BCA), state-owned telecommunication company PT Telkom and cigarette manufacturer Gudang Garam.

Bank BRI ranked 386th with US$8.3 billion in sales, US$2 billion in profit, US$74.5 billion in assets and US$24.2 billion in market value. Bank Mandiri ranked 494th with US$7.5 billion in sales, US$1 billion in profit, US$77.1 billion in assets and US$21.4 billion in market value.

BCA ranked 564th with US$4.8 billion in sales, US$1.5 billion in profit, US$50.2 billion in assets and US$32.1 billion in market value. State-owned Telkom Indonesia ranked 653rd with US$8.7 billion in sales, US$1.5 billion in profit, US$13.3 billion in assets and US$30.4 billion in market value.

State-owned lender BNI ranked 924th with US$4.4 billion in sales, US$0.85 billion in profit, US$44.8 billion in assets and US$9.1 billion in market value. Cigarette manufacturer Gudang Garam ranked 1,373rd with US$5.7 billion in sales, US$0.5 billion in profit, US$4.7 billion in assets and US$9.9 billion in market value.

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China is topping the Forbes Global 2000 List, followed by China Construction Bank (CCB), Berkshire Hathaway Inc., JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo.

FORBES | DEWI RINA

 



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