18.02.2002

Financial Times « », PricewaterhouseCoopers 914 65 . , , , , . General Electric, General Electric .

1998 .

1999 .

2000 .

2001.

1

1

1

1

General Electric

2

2

2

2

Microsoft

4

4

5

3

IBM

=24

6

3

4

Sony

3

3

4

5

Coca-Cola

5

10

6

6

Toyota

=35

=13

11

7

Nokia

Գ

=17

9

20

8

Wal-Mart

9

12

8

9

Intel

 

24

22

10

Citigroup

11

17

10

9

General Motors

 

=38

34

12

AIG

=9

=29

=43

13

Ford

=24

15

9

14

3M

=14

11

35

15

Hewlett-Packard

6

5

12

16

DaimlerChrysler

=7

8

16

17

Nestle

     

18

Southwest Airlines

=17

=29

 

19

Johnson & Johnson

 

=21

14

20

Berkshire Hathaway

 

=21

14

21

BP

     

22

Federal Express

 

25

33

23

Disney

13

=36

 

24

BMW

=27

7

19

25

Dell

 

=38

42

26

Exxon Mobil

     

=27

Cisco Systems

=14

=36

13

=27

Procter & Gamble

=7

=18

=31

29

ABB

/

12

=21

=23

30

Royal Dutch/Shell

ͳ/

 

=41

=28

31

L'Oreal

=17

19

15

32

McDonald's

 

=49

 

33

Vivendi Universal

   

=28

34

Virgin

 

16

46

35

Merck

   

40

36

Airb Indtrie

/ / /

 

=41

27

37

Siemens

     

38

Allianz

 

26

 

39

Volkswagen

   

50

40

AOL Time Warner

     

41

HSBC

/

     

42

Bombardier

16

 

=47

43

Philip Morris

     

44

Porsche

 

=32

30

45

SAP

 

46

=47

46

AXA

=35

20

37

47

Unilever

ͳ/

   

18

=48

Nike

     

=48

NTT DoCoMo

     

50

Singapore Airlines

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