I. Generation and Features of Top 500 Companies of China in 2010

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Based on the experience over the past eight years, CEC and CEA will launch their analysis of the Top 500 Companies of China this year, and release the final list according to those companies' revenues during the previous year. This ranking aims to promote internationally competitive companies in China with individually-owned intellectual property rights as well as notable brands.

CEC and CEA issued a declaration letter to the qualified companies in March. Companies can either apply for the ranking themselves or be recommended by various industry associations, local enterprise confederations or entrepreneur associations. As of July 5, most qualified companies will have applied; for some which haven't, their public data will be used if available. The final ranking of the Top 500 Companies of China is authorized by a committee of experts before its release.

There are four characteristics pertaining to the ranking of the Top 500 Companies of China by CEC and CEA. First, the list is organized by social groups rather than government organizations. Secondly, all companies which are registered in China and generated revenue of 8 billion yuan or more in 2009 are qualified to apply. (Excluded are administrative companies, asset management companies, foreign-invested companies, and Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan-owned companies as well as share-holding companies with funds from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan. But also included are those companies registered abroad, whose investors are Chinese persons or entities and whose main business is in China, as well as companies supervised by the China Banking Regulatory Commission, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission or the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission at all levels.) Thirdly, the data source indicates that it uses unofficial statistics. Companies apply voluntarily and intermediary agencies examine these applications. No fees are charged for application. Fourthly, the data and final results are mainly used for analysis. A research report will be published so as to promote companies to be stronger.   


Report on Top 500 Companies of China in 2010

Chapter II.

Scale Features

Chapter III.

Performance Features

Chapter IV.

Industrial Analysis

Chapter V.

Regional Distribution

Chapter VI.

Ownership Distribution

Chapter VII.

R&D Expenditure

Chapter VIII.

Ranking Changes on Top 500 List

Chapter IX.

Other Features

Chapter X.

Progress and Achievements of Large Companies

Chapter XI.

Major Problems of Large Companies










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