2011 Forbes Asia’s Fab 50, AP Best Listed Companies



The Forbes Asia’s Fab 50 is an annual ranking of the best of Asia-Pacific’s (AP) biggest listed companies. The ranking was first published in 2007.

The ranking is based on the following criteria,

  • at least US$3 billion in revenue or market capitalization.
  • five-year track record for revenue, operating earnings, return on capital, recent results, share-price movements, and finally outlook.
  • does not have too much debt.
  • less than 50 percent government owned.

In the ranking, there are only one(1) Malaysian company listed namely Axiata. There is none  Malaysian company in the list in 2010.

The table below is the full list of 2011 Forbes Asia’s Fab 50

Company Country Market Value ($B) Sales($B) Industry
Tata Consultancy Services India 44.3 8.4 Technology
Tencent Holdings China 44.3 3.0 Technology
China Merchants Bank China 41.6 15.2 Banking
Wesfarmers Australia 38.1 58.4 Conglomerate
ITC India 33.7 5.0 Agriculture
Bharti Airtel India 33.3 13.4 Technology
Newcrest Mining Australia 32.3 4.4 Materials
Hyundai Mobis South Korea 30.8 19.8 Consumer Durables
Bank Central Asia Indonesia 23.2 3.1 Banking
HTC Taiwan 22.8 9.6 Technology
Anhui Conch Cement China 19.3 5.2 Construction
Sany Heavy Industry China 19.1 5.1 Capital Goods
Belle International Holdings China 17.7 3.6 Retailing
Tingyi Holding China 16.0 6.7 Food
Dongfeng Motor Group China 14.2 18.6 Consumer Durables
Axiata Group Malaysia 13.5 5.1 Technology
Changsha Zoomlion Heavy Industry China 12.9 4.9 Capital Goods
Want Want China Holdings China 11.6 2.3 Food
Hengan International Group China 10.6 1.7 Personal Products
Shandong Gold-Mining China 10.6 4.8 Materials
Mahindra & Mahindra India 9.8 8.1 Consumer Durables
NHN South Korea 9.4 1.6 Technology
Gree Electric Appliances China 9.3 9.2 Consumer Durables
Samsung Engineering South Korea 9.0 4.7 Construction
GD Midea Holding China 8.6 11.3 Consumer Durables
Noble Group Hong Kong 8.6 56.7 Conglomerate
Zhongjin Gold China 8.0 3.3 Materials
CP ALL Thailand 7.7 4.5 Retailing
Adaro Energy Indonesia 7.6 2.7 Materials
Country Garden Holdings China 7.6 3.9 RealEstate
GOME Electrical Appliances China 7.3 7.7 Retailing
XCMG Construction Machinery China 7.2 3.8 Capital Goods
Hyundai Glovis South Korea 7.1 6.5 Transportation
Kotak Mahindra Bank India 7.1 2.5 Banking
WorleyParsons Australia 7.0 5.5 Construction
LG Household & Health Care South Korea 6.9 2.5 Personal Products
PTT Chemical Thailand 6.9 3.4 Chemicals
Asian Paints India 6.8 1.7 Chemicals
China Mengniu Dairy China 6.2 4.5 Food
HCL Technologies India 6.1 3.5 Technology
Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore 5.7 1.9 Food
Agile Property Holdings China 4.7 3.1 Real Estate
Qingdao Haier China 4.7 9.2 Consumer Durables
Great Wall Motor China 4.0 3.4 Consumer Durables
CJ CheilJedang South Korea 3.9 5.1 Food
JG Summit Holdings Philippines 3.9 2.7 Conglomerate
Dongbu Insurance South Korea 3.4 8.1 Insurance
Zhongsheng Group Holdings China 3.2 3.6 Retailing
Digital China Holdings China 1.9 7.3 Technology
Halla Engineering & Construction South Korea 0.3 4.6 Construction


Leave a Comment

  • ChampDog 15th September, 2011, 11:25 pm

    A lot of China’s company and none from Japan.

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  • 1mdb.com 16th September, 2011, 9:03 am

    According to the report, no Japanese companies because of the recent Tsunami incident.

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