Forbes Global 2000

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Forbes Global 2000

A list compiled and published annually by Forbes magazine of the 2000 largest publicly-traded companies in the world. The Forbes Global 2000 uses four criteria to arrive at its list: sales, profits, assets and market value. To be listed on the Forbes Global 2000 is considered very prestigious. The Forbes Global 2000 replaced the Forbes 500 in 2003.
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This ranking marks yet another feather in the cap of ONGC, following recent global recognitions including making it the Most Admired Companies list of the Fortune 500 and climbing two ranks over previous listing among Global Energy Companies in Forbes 2000.
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