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Original title: Fortune Global 500 Release: Domestic technology company Xiaomi has the largest increase and Huawei ranks 44th

From the perspective of the global technology field, Amazon has entered the top three for the first time, and Apple has advanced to the sixth place in the Eastern IC map.

[ 受新冠疫情影响,今年《财富》世界500强排行榜企业的营业收入约为31.7万亿美元,比去年下降5%。 ]

From the perspective of the technology sector, Amazon has entered the top three for the first time, and Apple has advanced to sixth place. Tesla and Netflix made the list for the first time, ranking 392 and 484 respectively.

In terms of profitability, Apple topped the list with a profit of 57.4 billion U.S. dollars. Microsoft, Google’s parent company Alphabet and social media giant Facebook ranked fifth, seventh and tenth respectively on the profit list.

The top Chinese technology companies include Hon Hai Precision (No. 22), Huawei (No. 44), China Mobile (No. 56), JD (No. 59), Alibaba (No. 63), China Telecom (No. 126), Tencent (No. 132), Lenovo Group (No. 159), etc. The Xiaomi Group, which was on the list for the first time the previous year, rose 84 places to 338th, while Gree fell 52 places to 488th.

In the list, the top 7 global Internet companies in China accounted for 4 seats. The Chinese companies were Jingdong Group, Alibaba Group, Tencent Holdings Co., Ltd. and Xiaomi Group, and the Internet companies on the list were Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook.

The rankings of these 7 companies have improved compared to last year. Among them, the largest increase in ranking was Xiaomi Group, which rose by 84 places, while Tencent’s ranking on the list increased significantly by 65 places compared with last year, and ranked first in the profit margin of the companies on the list in mainland China with a profit margin of over 33.2%.

In this year’s Fortune Global 500 rankings, Chinese companies have not only greatly increased in number, but their operating indicators have exceeded the global average and are close to American companies. The hard power of Chinese companies has increased significantly. According to industry analysts, the current challenge facing Chinese companies is how to strengthen their soft power while further enhancing their hard power.

Affected by the new crown epidemic, the operating income of the Fortune Global 500 companies this year is approximately US$31.7 trillion, down 5% from last year. The threshold (minimum sales revenue) to enter the rankings has also dropped from US$25.4 billion to US$24 billion. At the same time, corporate profits have plummeted. The total net profit of all the companies on the list this year is 1.6 trillion US dollars, a sharp drop of 20% year-on-year, the biggest drop since 2009.

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At the same time, people have a strong demand for electronic consumer products during the epidemic. This has further boosted the global hot sales of products from technology companies such as Apple.

Among them, Apple’s ranking this year has risen 6 places over last year. At present, Apple has a market value of more than US$2 trillion, making it the world‘s most valuable company. In terms of profitability, Apple tops the list with a profit of US$57.4 billion. Boosted by sales of 5G smartphones, Apple’s profit this year is expected to be significantly higher than last year.

Correspondingly, Foxconn’s parent company Hon Hai Precision increased its ranking by 4 places to 22nd from last year’s 26th.

In the second quarter of this year, Xiaomi’s mobile phone sales surpassed Apple, and it was promoted to the world‘s second-largest smartphone manufacturer for the first time. It ranked 338th this year, an increase of 84 places compared to last year.

According to Xiaomi’s financial report, the Xiaomi Group’s annual revenue in 2020 is 245.9 billion yuan, an increase of 19.4% compared to 2019. Entering 2021, Xiaomi’s total revenue in the first quarter reached 76.9 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 54.7%; adjusted net profit was RMB 6.1 billion, a year-on-year increase of 163.8%. In March of this year, Xiaomi announced its entry into the smart electric car market.

In the field of mobile phones, despite the adversity, Huawei’s shipments continue to decline, and its market share is rapidly being eaten up by rivals. However, the ranking has maintained an upward trend, rising from 49th last year to 44th this year.

In addition, Huawei is exploring the possibility of building or cooperating with IDM factories, and has basically set the direction of IDM. In addition to the actions in the chip manufacturing link, since last year, Huawei has also begun a series of investments in the field of chip materials.

Similarly, the new crown pneumonia epidemic has promoted demand for distance education and office work. The global PC market has not experienced the decline of previous industry estimates, but has achieved a new round of growth, which has also promoted Lenovo’s performance growth. Lenovo Group ranks 159th this year, up 65 places from last year. On the ROE list, Lenovo Group ranks first among Chinese companies.

However, Apple, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Tesla, and Huawei are all facing the challenge of chip supply shortages. Tesla is considering “buying the chip factory” and solving the problems caused by the “core shortage” through acquisitions. And Apple also warned that the shortage of chips may slow down iPhone revenue growth and predicts that sales will decrease by 3 billion to 4 billion US dollars. Lenovo Group Chairman Yang Yuanqing also said that the chip shortage will continue for 12 to 18 months.

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These four e-commerce companies are still on the list

Continuing the situation of the past three years, the list of Fortune Global 500 e-commerce companies has 4 familiar faces-Amazon, JD, Alibaba and Suning Tesco Group.

Unlike the past, Suning.com is facing huge market challenges. In the past decade or so, Suning has been transforming the Internet and has successively expanded its territory in real estate, logistics, football, and sports. Excessive strategic expansion has caused tight cash flow. Recently, Suning stopped its expansion and refocused on retail.

Suning’s ranking fell 4 places from last year to 328. From the performance point of view, in 2020, Suning achieved operating income of 252.296 billion yuan, down 6.29% year-on-year; net loss of 6.807 billion yuan after deducting non-profits, the loss increased by 19.19%

Among the 4 home appliance merchants, Alibaba Group Holdings Co., Ltd. jumped 69 places this year from last year to 63. In the 2021 fiscal year (2020.4.1~2021.3.31), the company achieved operating income of 717.289 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 41%; operating profit was 89.678 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 2%, mainly due to the anti-monopoly law fines and the Ant Group grants to employees The cost of equity incentives increased by 16.054 billion yuan. In terms of the number of users, the Alibaba ecosystem has more than 1 billion global annual active consumers, of which 891 million are from China and 240 million are from overseas.

Jingdong’s ranking has also risen. JD.com ranks 59th in the Global Fortune 500 this year, jumping 43 places from last year and entering the top 100 for the first time. In terms of overall performance, JD.com’s full-year revenue for 2020 will be 745.8 billion yuan, an increase of 29.3% year-on-year. The operating profit for the whole year of 2020 was RMB 12.3 billion, compared with RMB 9 billion in the same period last year, a year-on-year increase of 36.7%.

Compared with domestic e-commerce, Amazon has also developed rapidly in the past year, and its ranking has jumped from 9th last year to 3rd this year.

In 2020, Amazon’s net sales increased by 38% to 386.1 billion U.S. dollars, compared with 280.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. AWS (Amazon cloud computing IaaS and PaaS platform services) has become more and more important in the business system. According to Amazon’s latest quarterly financial report, AWS sales accounted for 13.1% of the company’s sales in the second quarter of 2021. Although sales accounted for a small proportion, AWS contributed more than half of operating income.

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At the time of rapid development, Amazon still faces regulatory anxiety. In the past year, Amazon has received antitrust investigations from the United States, Germany, Spain and other countries.

Profound changes in the home appliance market

With the large-scale construction of 5G in 2020, the ranking of telecommunications equipment vendors has improved significantly, and Ericsson has returned to the Fortune 500 list. China Mobile, China‘s largest telecom operator, rose from 65 in 2020 to 56 in 2021, with China Telecom and China Unicom at 126 and 260 respectively.

China‘s three largest white power companies continue to make the list. Among them, Midea Group ranked 288th, up 19 places from last year; Haier Zhijia rose 30 places to 405th; Gree Electric ranked 488th, down 52 places from last year.

Last year, the new crown pneumonia epidemic had a profound impact on the global home appliance market. The “home economy” brought business opportunities to cooking and health appliances such as small kitchen appliances, dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines, and clothes dryers. Air conditioners were affected by installation. As a result, the sales of the ice washing faucet Haier Zhijia and the small kitchen electric faucet Midea increased, and the revenue of the air-conditioning faucet Gree decreased.

In 2020, Midea Group’s revenue was 284.2 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 2.15%, net profit was 27.2 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 12.43%; Haier Zhijia’s revenue was 209.7 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 4.46%, and its net profit was 8.9 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 8.16. %; Gree Electric’s revenue was 168.2 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 15.11%, and its net profit was 22.2 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 10.21%.

In the return on equity (ROE) list, Midea ranks among the top ten Chinese companies, reflecting the improvement of its operational efficiency. At the end of last year, Midea adjusted its business to five major sectors including the smart home business group. The diversified business expansion and direct user strategy both contributed to the improvement of efficiency. Return to Sohu to see more


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