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        Of the world's 100 largest economic entities, 51 are now corporations and 49 are countries.

        compiled by Sarah Anderson and John Cavanagh of the of the Institute for Policy Studies in their Report on the Top 200 corporations released in December 2000

        (Corporations are in bold italics)

        RankCountry / CorporationGDP / sales ($mil)
        1United States8,708,870.00
        2Japan4,395,083.00
        3Germany2,081,202.00
        4France1,410,262.00
        5United Kingdom1,373,612.00
        6Italy1,149,958.00
        7China1,149,814.00
        8Brazil760,345.00
        9Canada612,049.00
        10Spain562,245.00
        11Mexico474,951.00
        12India459,765.00
        13Korea, Rep.406,940.00
        14Australia389,691.00
        15Netherlands384,766.00
        16Russian Federation375,345.00
        17Argentina281,942.00
        18Switzerland260,299.00
        19Belgium245,706.00
        20Sweden226,388.00
        21Austria208,949.00
        22Turkey188,374.00
        23General Motors176,558.00
        24Denmark174,363.00
        25Wal-Mart166,809.00
        26Exxon Mobil163,881.00
        27Ford Motor162,558.00
        28DaimlerChrysler159,985.70
        29Poland154,146.00
        30Norway145,449.00
        31Indonesia140,964.00
        32South Africa131,127.00
        33Saudi Arabia128,892.00
        34Finland126,130.00
        35Greece123,934.00
        36Thailand123,887.00
        37Mitsui118,555.20
        38Mitsubishi117,765.60
        39Toyota Motor115,670.90
        40General Electric111,630.00
        41Itochu109,068.90
        42Portugal107,716.00
        43Royal Dutch/Shell105,366.00
        44Venezuela103,918.00
        45Iran, Islamic rep.101,073.00
        46Israel99,068.00
        47Sumitomo95,701.60
        48Nippon Tel & Tel93,591.70
        49Egypt, Arab Republic92,413.00
        50Marubeni91,807.40
        51Colombia88,596.00
        52AXA87,645.70
        53IBM87,548.00
        54Singapore84,945.00
        55Ireland84,861.00
        56BP Amoco83,556.00
        57Citigroup82,005.00
        58Volkswagen80,072.70
        59Nippon Life Insurance78,515.10
        60Philippines75,350.00
        61Siemens75,337.00
        62Malaysia74,634.00
        63Allianz74,178.20
        64Hitachi71,858.50
        65Chile71,092.00
        66Matsushita Electric Ind.65,555.60
        67Nissho Iwai65,393.20
        68ING Group62,492.40
        69AT&T62,391.00
        70Philip Morris61,751.00
        71Sony60,052.70
        72Pakistan59,880.00
        73Deutsche Bank58,585.10
        74Boeing57,993.00
        75Peru57,318.00
        76Czech Republic56,379.00
        77Dai-Ichi Mutual Life Ins.55,104.70
        78Honda Motor54,773.50
        79Assicurazioni Generali53,723.20
        80Nissan Motor53,679.90
        81New Zealand53,622.00
        82E.On52,227.70
        83Toshiba51,634.90
        84Bank of America51,392.00
        85Fiat51,331.70
        86Nestle49,694.10
        87SBC Communications49,489.00
        88Credit Suisse49,362.00
        89Hungary48,355.00
        90Hewlett-Packard48,253.00
        91Fujitsu47,195.90
        92Algeria47,015.00
        93Metro46,663.60
        94Sumitomo Life Insur.46,445.10
        95Bangladesh45,779.00
        96Tokyo Electric Power45,727.70
        97Kroger45,351.60
        98Total Fina Elf44,990.30
        99NEC44,828.00
        100State Farm Insurance44,637.20

        Sources: Sales: Fortune, July 31, 2000. GDP: World Bank, World Development Report 2000.


        Note: When Sarah Anderson and John Cavanagh first did this comparison in their original report in 1996, there were still 51 corporations out of the top 100 economies, even though the order has changed.


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