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Corporate Clout_World's Largest Economic Entities Presentation

Corporate Clout_World's Largest Economic Entities Presentation

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Of the world’s 100 largest economic entities in 2009, 44 are corporations. Strategy Dynamics Global Limited is pleased to announce the release of a new study into the nature and global influence of the world’s largest economic entities. The full report, including the list of the world’s largest 100 economic entities in 2009, is available for download on www.globaltrends.com.
Highlights of the report include:
Of the world’s 100 largest economic entities in 2009, 44 are corporations. Among the top 150 economic entities, the proportion of corporations rises to 59%.
The largest in 2009, Wal-Mart Stores, had revenues exceeding the respective GDPs of 174 countries including Sweden, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela and employed over 2 million people, more than the entire population of Qatar. If it was a country it would be the 22nd largest.
The sheer size of major global corporations which operate across multiple countries and regions means their combined influence and impact is huge, on many aspects of how we live and work. The report discusses these impacts and how the relationship between nations and major corporations can evolve moving forward.
Of the world’s 100 largest economic entities in 2009, 44 are corporations. Strategy Dynamics Global Limited is pleased to announce the release of a new study into the nature and global influence of the world’s largest economic entities. The full report, including the list of the world’s largest 100 economic entities in 2009, is available for download on www.globaltrends.com.
Highlights of the report include:
Of the world’s 100 largest economic entities in 2009, 44 are corporations. Among the top 150 economic entities, the proportion of corporations rises to 59%.
The largest in 2009, Wal-Mart Stores, had revenues exceeding the respective GDPs of 174 countries including Sweden, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela and employed over 2 million people, more than the entire population of Qatar. If it was a country it would be the 22nd largest.
The sheer size of major global corporations which operate across multiple countries and regions means their combined influence and impact is huge, on many aspects of how we live and work. The report discusses these impacts and how the relationship between nations and major corporations can evolve moving forward.

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Published by: tracey_keys on Jan 22, 2011
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©
 
Strategy
 
Dynamics
 
Global
 
Limited.
 
All
 
rights
 
reserved.
 
Not
 
to
 
be
 
used
 
without
 
permission.
 
www.globaltrends.com 1
 
©
 
Strategy
 
Dynamics
 
Global
 
Limited.
 
All
 
rights
 
reserved.
 
Not
 
to
 
be
 
used
 
without
 
permission.
 
www.globaltrends.com 2
 
Looking
 
at
 
the
 
top
 
150
 
economic
 
corporations
 
rises
 
to
 
59%
©
 
Strategy
 
Dynamics
 
Global
 
Limited.
 
All
 
rights
 
reserved.
 
Not
 
to
 
be
 
used
 
without
 
permission.
 
www.globaltrends.com 3Note:
 
Comparison
 
of 
 
company
 
revenues
 
versus
 
country
 
GDPSources:
 
IMF,
 
World
 
Bank,
 
Fortune
 
Global
 
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