The 10 largest companies in the world 2013 – Forbes

Position Company Country Sale Earnings Goods Market value
1 Exxon Mobil 

Exxon Mobil

U.S. $ 433.5 B $ 41.1 B $ 331.1 B $ 407.4 B
2 JPMorgan Chase 

JPMorgan Chase

U.S. $ 110.8 B B $ 19 $ 2265.8 B $ 170.1 B
3 General Electric 

General Electric

U.S. $ 147.3 B $ 14.2 B $ 717.2 B $ 213.7 B
4 Royal Dutch Shell 

Royal Dutch Shell

Netherlands $ 470.2 B $ 30.9 B $ 340.5 B $ 227.6 B
5 ICBC 

ICBC

China $ 82.6 B $ 25.1 B $ 2039.1 B $ 237.4 B
6 HSBC Holdings 

HSBC Holdings

United Kingdom $ 102 B $ 16.2 B $ 2,550 B $ 164.3 B
7 PetroChina 

PetroChina

China $ 310.1 B $ 20.6 B $ 304.7 B $ 294.7 B
8 Berkshire Hathaway 

Berkshire Hathaway

U.S. $ 143.7 B $ 10.3 B $ 392.6 B $ 202.2 B
9 Wells Fargo 

Wells Fargo

U.S. $ 87.6 B $ 15.9 B $ 1313.9 B $ 178.7 B
10 Brazil Petrobras Oil- 

Brazil Petrobras Oil-

Brazil $ 145.9 B $ 20.1 B $ 319.4 B B $ 180
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