Forbes′ 10 Best Indonesian Companies

30 April, 2012 | Source: Tempo Interactive

The Forbes magazine once again published a list of the largest publicly listed companies in the world called Forbes Global 2000. This year there are 10 Indonesian companies that made it to the list.

Among the Indonesian companies, BRI tops the the list. According to Forbes′ data, BRI′s market capitalization value reached US$18,37 billion in April 2012. The bank which employs 40,000 employees also recorded share sales worth US$5,93 billion. Although it is number one in Indonesia, BRI ranks 479 in the Global 2000.

Next after BRI is Bank Mandiri. The sales figure of the state owned Bank at US$6 billion is higher than BRI′s, however Mandiri′s profits reached only US$1,3 billion. With the recorded asset of US$ 60,4 billion and the market capitalization value of US$17,6 billion, Mandiri ranks 488 in the list.

Below is the list of Forbes′ 10 largest Indonesian public companies. The selection of the companies is judged from sales, profit, asset and market capitalization values.

1. BRI with market capitalization value of US$ 18,4 billion

2. Bank Mandiri with market capitalization value of US$ 17,6 billion

3. BCA with market capitalization value of US$ 21,1 billion dollar AS

4. Telkom with market capitalization value of US$14,9 billion

5. BNI with market capitalization value of US$ 7,8 billion

6. PGN with market capitalization value of US$ 10,1 billion dollar AS

7. Gudang Garam with market capitalization value of US$ 11,5 billion dollar AS

8. Bank Danamon Indonesia with market capitalization value of US$ 4,6 billion

9. Semen Gresik with market capitalization value of US$ 8,1 billion dollar AS

10. Bumi Resources with market capitalization value of US$5,4 billion

 

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