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Forbes, one of the most read economic magazines in the world, published 'The World's Biggest Public Companies,' in 2016. We've got together this list for you.

Infographics source: BloombergHT

The companies with the highest market prices in the 32 countries are shown on this map.

The companies with the highest market prices in the 32 countries are shown on this map.

Let's divide the map into regions and see the most valuable companies. 👇

1. North and South America:

1. North and South America:
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  • USA: Apple - $586 billion 

  • Canada: Kraft - $94.9 billion

  • Mexico: America Movil - $51.9 billion 

  • Brasil: ITAU - $50.5 billion

2. Northern Europe:

2. Northern Europe:
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  • Netherlands: Shell - $210 billion

  • Belgium: Anheuser-Busch - $204 billion 

  • Denmark: Novo Nordisk - $144.9 billion 

  • Sweden: H&M - $60.8 billion

  • Finland: Sampo - $25.4 billion

  • Norway: Telenor - $24.6 billion

3. Middle, Eastern and Southern Europe:

3. Middle, Eastern and Southern Europe:
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  • Switzerland: Nestle - $235 billion 

  • United Kingdom: HSBC - $133 billion 

  • France: Total - $121.9 billion 

  • Spain: Inditex - $103.2 billion 

  • Germany: Bayer - $102.5 billion 

  • Ireland: Accenture - $71.6 billion 

  • Italy: Eni - $57.7 billion

4. Asia and Africa:

4. Asia and Africa:
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  • India: Tata - $71.6 billion 

  • Saudi Arabia: Saudi Basic - $63.5 billion 

  • South Africa: Naspers - $60 billion 

  • Israel: Teva P. - $58.5 billion 

  • Russia: Gazprom - $57.1 billion 

  • UAE: Etisalat - $45.2 billion 

  • Turkey: Koç Holding - $13.5 billion

5. Eastern Asia and Australia:

5. Eastern Asia and Australia:
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  • China: China Mobile - $241 billion 

  • Japan: Toyota - $177 billion 

  • Republic of Korea: Samsung - $161.6 billion 

  • Taiwan: TSMC - $125.6 billion 

  • Australia: Commonwealth Bank - $99.2 billion 

  • Hong Kong: AIA Group - $72.7 billion 

  • Singapore: Singtel - $30.9 billion 

  • Indonesia: Telecom Indonesia - $27.4 billion

The striking detail of the list is that technology companies have captured the top over the last 10 years.

The striking detail of the list is that technology companies have captured the top over the last 10 years.
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Just 10 years ago, there was only a single technology company in the top ten of the world's biggest public companies; Microsoft.

In 2016 however, we see that top three are technology giants.(Figures: $billion)

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