What: Latin Trade has published its annual ranking of the Top 1,000 Latin American Companies by revenue, total assets and net income.
Why it matters: The net income of the 1,000 companies in the most recent LT1000 ranking reached $100.7 billion, down from the $121 billion from last year.

The net income of the 1,000 companies in the most recent LT1000 ranking reached $100.7 billion, down from the $121 billion from last year.

Maintaining their spot among the top 5 are Petrobras, with a 5,034 percent jump in net income compared with the previous year; Pemex (+20 percent); América Móvil (+1.7 percent); JBS (-4.9 percent) and Vale (+5.8 percent).

The LT1000 ranks Latin America’s 1,000 largest, non-financial, publicly listed companies by revenues, assets and EBITDA.

The sectors covered in the ranking are:

  • Agriculture & Fisheries
  • Metal
  • Chemical
  • Construction
  • Electronics
  • Home Appliances
  • Electric Power
  • Food & Beverage
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Retail
  • Software & Data
  • Telecommunication
  • Textile
  • Transportation
  • Vehicle & Parts

To read the full document visit Latin Trade: https://latintrade.com/2019/07/30/latin-americas-top-1000-companies-2019/?v=0b98720dcb2c

 

Avatar
Author

Portada Staff

Comments are closed.