Corporate Governance

The top 100 companies of the world: the US vs everyone else

The US has more companies in the Top 100 than any other. Image: Unsplash/Markus Spiske

Omri Wallach

Reporter, Visual Capitalist

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65% of the total market capital value is made up by US companies. Image: Visual Capitalist

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The US has more companies in the Top 100 than any other. Image: Visual Capitalist
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