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The companies fall under Forbes Asia-Pacific 200 Best Under A Billion 2011 must show both sales and earnings growth. To qualify they must have annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion and be publicly traded for at least a year.

Then the companies are then screened for earnings growth, sales growth and return on equity in the past 12 months and over 3 years.

There are six Malaysia companies listed. The table below is the full list of Forbes Asia 200 Best Under A Billion for 2011.

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The Forbes Global 2000 is an annual ranking of the top 2000 public companies in the world features in Forbes magazine. The ranking is based on four criteria namely  Sales, Profit, Assets and Market value.

The ranking was first published in 2003 and it is a useful indicator for leading public companies in the world.

For the 2012 ranking, there are 18 Malaysian companies listed drop from 20 in 2011. The companies that no longer in the list were PLUS Expressway and PPB Group.

The table below is top 20 of 2012 Forbes Global 2000 and all the position of Malaysian companies in the list.

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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

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The Forbes Global 2000 is an annual ranking of the top 2000 public companies in the world features in Forbes magazine. The ranking is based on four criteria namely  Sales, Profit, Assets and Market value.

The ranking was first published in 2003 and it is a useful indicator for leading public companies in the world.

For 2011 ranking, there are 20 Malaysian companies listed which represent 1 percent of companies in the list.

The table below is top 20 of 2011 Forbes Global 2000 and all the position of Malaysian companies in the list.

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