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Indian Companies in Fortune 500 Companies List 2015

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Seven Indian companies are among the world’s 500 largest companies, according to a list compiled by Fortune. Fortune 500 Companies List 2015 is topped by Walmart. The Indian companies on the 2015 Fortune Global 500 list are Indian Oil ranked 119 on the list with revenues of about $74 billion and it is followed by Reliance Industries and others.

Indian Companies in Fortune 500 List 2015 :

Indian Oil Corp.:

Rank – 119

Revenue – $74 billion

Reliance Industries:

Rank – 158

Revenue – $62 billion

Tata Motors:

Rank – 254

Revenue – $42 billion

State Bank of India:

Rank – 260

Revenue – $42 billion

Bharat Petroleum:

Rank – 280

Revenue – $40 billion

Hindustan Petroleum:

Rank – 327

Revenue – $35 billion

Oil & Natural Gas Corp.:

Rank – 449

Revenue – $26 billion

The Indian companies on the 2015 Fortune Global 500 list are Indian Oil ranked 119 on the list with revenues of about $74 billion, Reliance Industries (158) with revenues of $62 billion, Tata Motors with revenues of $42 billion (254), State Bank of India with revenues of $42 billion (260), Bharat Petroleum with revenues of $40 billion (280), Hindustan Petroleum with revenues of $35 billion and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation with revenues of $26 billion (449).

The world’s 500 largest companies generated $ 31.2 trillion in revenues and $1.7 trillion in profits in 2014.

This year’s Fortune Global 500 employ 65 million people worldwide and are represented by 36 countries. The list has been topped by Walmart, which has retained its numero uno spot. It is followed by Chinese petroleum refining giant Sinopec Group on the second spot, Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell (3), China National Petroleum (4) and Exxon Mobil (5).

There are 128 of the 500 global companies, including Apple (15), JP Morgan Chase (61), IBM (82), Microsoft (95), Google (124), Pepsi (141), Intel (182) and Goldman Sachs (278) from USA. China has close to 100 companies on the list, including Bank of China (45), China Railway Engineering (71) and China Development Bank (87).

While Indian Oil, Reliance, Bharat Petroleum, Hindustan Petroleum, and Oil and Natural Gas slipped in rankings from the previous year, Tata Motors and SBI improved in rankings. Companies are ranked by total revenues for their respective fiscal years ended on or before March 31, 2015.

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